Fast-Food Hot Dogs You Should Avoid

Portillo's Jumbo Chili Cheese Dog

Portillo's is a fast-food chain that operates primarily in the Midwest, California, Texas, and Florida.

Portillo's Jumbo Chili Cheese Dog

Despite the fact that their hot dogs are quite tasty, they are extremely high in calories, fat, saturated fat, and sodium.

2. Street Polish Sausage

Speaking of Portillo's, their Maxwell Street Polish Sausage is just as nutritious as their Chili Cheese Dog.

Street Polish Sausage

With nearly 40 grams of fat, 13 grams of saturated fat, and a colossal 1,886 milligrams of sodium, this dog's only benefit is a surge of delectable.

3. A&W Coney Cheese Dog

A&W is best known for its famous root beer, which is still available in most locations in a classic frosty container. 

A&W Coney Cheese Dog

But if you're in the urge for a hot dog, be mindful of which one you choose. 

4. Bacon Cheese Dog

Their oily burgers and brown bags filled with French fries, but this fast food restaurant also offers four varieties of hot dogs.

Bacon Cheese Dog

Bacon Cheese Dog is unquestionably the least nutritious of the four.

5. Shake Shack Flat-Top Dog

Compared to the majority of the other hot dogs on this list, the nutrition profile of the Flat-Top Dog from Shake Shack is more manageable.

Shake Shack Flat-Top Dog

Nonetheless, this option is fairly unhealthy, as it contains 10 grams of saturated fat, which is close to the daily maximum, and 800 milligrams of sodium.

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