February 22, 2013 · 4:54 pm
You can’t go wrong eating out if you stick with chicken and turkey, right? Just beware of the big old burger.
Not so fast, says WebMD.
Panera’s Signature Chicken on Artisan French Bread
Avoid like the plague Panera’s Signature Chicken on Artisan French Bread. It “contains 830 calories, 37 g fat, 12 g saturated fat, and 2,180 mg of sodium. That’s the daily Sodium limit for healthy adults. The special sauce, bacon, and cheddar help turn chicken, a lean type of protein, into a calorie bomb. Unfortunately, many of the hot panini, signature, and café sandwiches hit the 700-900 calorie range,” WebMD says.
Panera’s Smoked Turkey on Whole Grain Bread
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