Avoid Burger King's Chocolate Oreo Shake if you want a milkshake. This menu item has almost as much saturated fat as you're supposed to eat in a day, and its 91 grams of sugar is about triple what men should consume and almost four times what women should consume.
Hardee's Chocolate Shake
Hardee's Chocolate Shake has 1.5 grams of trans fat and almost double your daily saturated fat limit. Trans fats should be avoided whenever possible, but the WHO recommends no more than 2.2 grams per day. These milkshakes nearly meet your daily limit.
BurgerFi Peanut Butter Shake
BurgerFi's Peanut Butter Shake is tasty but unhealthy. This shake may not be worth the calories, sugar, and saturated fat.
McDonald's Chocolate Shake
McDonald's large Chocolate Shake is lower in total and saturated fat, but it has 106 grams of sugar and should be avoided.
Jack in the Box Oreo Shake
Jack in the Box's Oreo Shake has poor nutrition. Considering how easy it would be to pair this shake with fries or a burger, the excessive saturated fat, sugar, and one gram of trans fat aren't ideal.
Arby's Chocolate Shake
One Arby's Chocolate Shake is scary sweet. This drink has 140 grams of sugar, less than a pint of Ben & Jerry's Phish Food Ice Cream.
Dairy Queen Peanut Butter Shake
Even if you're looking for a treat, the Peanut Butter Shake may not be the best choice at Dairy Queen. A few scoops of ice cream are better than 1,250 calories and 26 grams of fat.