The Center for Science in the Public Interest with its Xtreme Eating Awards

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has appeared with its Xtreme Eating awards, giving questioning credits to restaurant price that hit the highest point on fat and calories.

Amongst the champions or rather should that be losers, is the pasta carbonara at Cheesecake Factory; when is served with chicken, this dish comes in at 2,500 calories and 85 grams of saturated fat.

As well on the listing is the New Zealand rack of lamb at Outback Steakhouse. The lamb single-handedly counts on to be 1,300 calories and 60 grams of saturated fat, plus 1,340 milligrams of sodium; recommended daily allowance of sodium is from 2,400 milligrams for a fit adult, though a number of health specialists think it should be far lesser.

Cinnamon cream stacked and stuffed hotcakes at Bob Evans come with 1,380 calories, 27 grams of saturated fat, and 7 grams of Trans fat. That is around the similar calories and fat, said CSPI, as two country-fried steaks and four eggs.

California Pizza Kitchen has a tostada pizza on its carte du jour that, when served with steak as a topping, includes 1,680 calories, 32 grams of saturated fat and you would better be ready for this 3,300 milligrams of sodium.