The One Item At Wendy's Health Experts Say You Should Never Order

By now, anyone eating fast food knows they’re not making a healthy choice, and if you eat at a fast food restaurant once in a while, there’s no problem. However, there’s one item on Wendy’s menu that health experts say you should avoid, even on a cheat day. The Pretzel Pub Triple from Wendy’s has a whopping 1,530 calories, 44 grams of saturated fat, and a staggering 1,890mg of sodium. That’s three-quarters of an adult’s entire daily allowance of calories, fat and sodium. Needless to say, consuming too many calories, too much fat, and high amounts of sodium can lead to a host of health issues, from heart disease to cancer. The Pretzel Pub Triple has 3 beef patties, pickles, crispy onions, muenster cheese, beer cheese sauce, bacon, and smoky honey mustard. Adding a medium order of fries and a medium soft drink would bring the calories up to 2,250, well over the standard calorie limit per day. So, if you’re going to indulge in Wendy’s, you can do less damage by ordering the Junior Cheeseburger at 370 calories, or the Double Stack at 410 calories. Otherwise, make sure you have your doctor on speed dial.