The Best and Worst Fast Food Salads

See where your favorite salad ranks.

Just because it's called a salad, doesn't mean it's healthy. Fast food and chain restaurants everywhere have hidden calories, sugar, and sodium in their "healthiest" items on the menu. Take a look below to see which salads were the biggest culprits, the criteria for making sure you eat salad that's actually good for your health You can even print out this infographic to remind yourself of healthy eating tips on the go. 


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