Little Caesars' chicken wings are convenient and affordable, but their dietary profile makes them unhealthy. The oven-roasted Garlic Parmesan 8-piece wings have 670 calories, 51 grams of fat, and 2,510 milligrams of salt.
Six Smashburger BBQ wings have 460 milligrams of salt, or 21% of the daily amount. The 15 grams of sugar in the BBQ sauce makes these wings unsuitable.
Domino's Sweet Mango Habanero Wings have 34% of the daily salt limit in four wings. High salt levels increase blood pressure and cardiovascular disease risk.
Six Sonic Buffalo Boneless Wings provide 10 grams of saturated fat, 76% of the American Heart Association's daily maximum of 13 grams. Saturated fat intake raises LDL cholesterol and heart disease risk.
Wingstop's chicken wings are deep-fried and covered in sauces and seasonings, which raises their calorie, fat, and sodium level. Ten wings contain 3,100 milligrams of salt, 135% of the daily limit, and 15 grams of saturated fat, 115%.
Zaxby's Buffalo Garlic Blaze Boneless Wings are one of the healthier fast food wings. Five wings include 450 calories, 5 grams of saturated fat, and 2,000 milligrams of salt.
Spicy Garlic Bone-In Pizza Hut wings contain saturated fat and salt, but not over the daily limit. Six wings include 11 grams of saturated fat and 1,950 milligrams of salt, 85% of the daily maximum.
Chili's Boneless Buffalo Wings have 3,810 milli of sodium, so if you eat them as an entree, you'll consume nearly double the daily sodium recommendation.
Each serving of 10 wings has 4,250 milligrams of salt, about double the daily recommendation. 53 grams of carbs per serving are due to the breading. Applebees Boneless Hot Buffalo Wings can be shared as an appetizer.