A six-piece chicken strip basket at Dairy Queen packs in 12 grams of trans fat and 2,910 milligrams of sodium.
(NOTE: Trans fat consumption is recommended at zero grams a day; maximum daily sodium intake is set at 2,400 milligrams)
That's what six chicken strips, a handful of fries, two slices of toast, and some gravy sauce add up to (in an entree many people have for lunch on any given day).
Think you can soften the blow by getting just four chicken strips, skimping on the fries, and starting with a bowl of cream of broccoli soup?
That bowl sets you back 570 calories, five grams of trans fat and an outrageous 4,770 milligrams of sodium!
Yes, that's four THOUSAND -- not a typo of four hundred.
Hope you get a tall glass of water with that order...