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A List of the Unhealthiest Milkshakes in America, Calorie Counter Included

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It’s important to eat healthy and exercise, but it’s equally as important to treat yourself from time to time to something deliciously unhealthy, otherwise a person could go mad with unfulfilled desire. The trick when indulging, however, is to not overdue it with a treat with a caloric value that would take a nonstop week of hitting the treadmill to cancel out.

So the next time you decide to treat yourself to a cold and frosty milkshake before finally bidding adieu to the sweltering summer heat, remember to avoid these ridiculously unhealthy shakes—unless you really only love having a summer body three months out of the year.

 

6. A&W Root Beer Freeze (large, 32 oz)

820 calories

18 g fat (11 g saturated, 1 g trans)

400 g sodium

136 g sugars

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5. Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Soda (large, 28.6 fl oz)

960 calories

40 g fat (25 g saturated, 1.5 g trans)

260 mg sodium

136 g sugars

 

4. McDonald’s Triple Thick Chocolate Shake (large, 32 fl oz)

1,160 calories

27 g fat (16 g saturated, 2 g trans)

168 g sugars

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3. Dairy Queen Hot Fudge Malt Shake (large)

1,390 calories

45 g fat (32 g saturated, 1.5 g trans)

720 mg sodium

170 g sugars

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2. Smoothie King Peanut Power Plus Strawberry (large, 40 oz)

1,398 calories

44 g fat (8 g saturated)

188 g sugars

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1. Cold Stone PB&C shake (Gotta Have It size)

2,010 calories

131 g fat (68 g saturated, 2.5 g trans)

880 mg sodium

153 g sugars

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Guys and gals, after looking at this list of the unhealthiest shakes, the next time you are tempted, ask yourself: “Is it really worth it?” I think not. We’re sure Cold Stone’s PB&C shake is devine, but 2,010 calories?! That’s a person’s caloric intake for an entire day, not a snack!

Say no to these over-priced, over-marketed, over-hyped shakes and indulge in a healthier version of your favorites, which you can find here at the source.

[Source: Yahoo!Health]

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