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Fast food : Big Mac calories


Fast, tasty and budget-friendly, fast food restaurants have their charm. However, high in calories and fat, they are not the healthiest food choices.

Learn the steps needed to eliminate those irresistible drive-thru temptations and you might hesitate before giving in.


All conversions are based on a 2,000 steps/mile average for a person weighing 150lbs.

 

Big Mac Calories Decoded


In the world of fast food, the Big Mac reigns as an icon of flavor but is also, to everyone's great misfortune, very high in calories. In this article, we dissect the nutritional secrets of this McDonald's classic and explore how you can burn those tempting calories.


The Big Mac Unveiled


In the United States alone, McDonald's sells nearly 550 million Big Macs each year. This popular burger, made up of two steaks, cheese, lettuce, onions, pickles and the iconic sauce, hides a caloric hideousness.


More precisely: 540 calories !

Think about this before your next visit to McDonald's; it would take you about 12,632 steps to eliminate the calories from a single Big Mac 😬



Strategies for sweating a Big Mac

  • Take a long, long walk 🚶🏼‍♂️: Whether it's a brisk walk, a hike, or exploring your neighborhood, taking 12,632 steps is the ultimate goal for burning off that gluttonous sin.

  • 60 minutes of climbing 🧗🏾: To burn 540 calories, doing an hour of climbing can be a pleasant activity for those who are not afraid of heights. Reach new heights with a full-body workout that also challenges your problem-solving skills.

  • Dance for 1 hours 💃🏻 : Put on your favorite song and accompany it with a one-hour high-intensity cardio session to make up for your secret stop at McDonald's.


Balancing without weighing anything


Before your next Big Mac moment, weigh the calorie impact and consider activities that not only burn the necessary 540 calories but also bring pleasure to your physical activity routine. Making informed choices ensures that your love for the Big Mac is guilt-free.




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