5 Salads That Are Surprisingly Unhealthy for You

Don’t Eat: Applebee’s Oriental Grilled Chicken Salad

Liz Blom explains, “Our best intentions can bite us in the behind. Take for example, Applebee’s Oriental Chicken Salad. It sounds healthy enough, but this plate of Asian greens, tossed in a tasty oriental vinaigrette and topped with crispy noodles, toasted almonds, and grilled chicken has 1,290 calories, 85 grams of fat, and more than a day’s worth of sodium, plus 13 teaspoons of sugar. In fact, the sodium increases by 700 mg when you forego the fried chicken. You might as well order the fries and the malt and call it a day.”

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