Healthiest Burgers at Your Favorite Fast Food Places

Sitting down and eating a healthy meal is sometimes an option, but sometimes you don’t want it to be. Whether you’re craving your favorite burger or only have time to grab a quick lunch, chances are that you’re eating a burger at least once in a while. Junk food doesn’t always go well with your weight goals. But luckily for you, here’s a list of burgers that won’t make you feel guilty.

Five Guys Little Hamburger

Starting with the burger with the most calories, Five Guys Little Hamburger has 540 calories, primarily due to one additive-free patty instead of two.

Shake Shack Shroom Burger

The runner-up is a 510-calorie Shake Shack Shroom Burger made with no meat.

In-N-Out Hamburger With Onion

This burger has 390 calories, but you can switch the bun with lettuce for even fewer calories.

Culver’s Original ButterBurger

This burger has 390 calories but a very low sodium content of 480 milligrams.

Shake Shack Hamburger

Another Shake Shack burger has significantly fewer calories at 370 but a higher sodium level (850 milligrams).

Burger King Whopper Jr.

Burger King also offers a low-calorie burger with 334 calories, 18 grams of fat, 601 milligrams of sodium, 30 grams of carbs, and 17 grams of protein.

Steak ‘n Shake Single Steakburger

Although famous for its shakes, Steak ‘n Shake’s healthiest option is its single steakburger at 320 calories.

Wendy’s Jr. Cheeseburger

Wendy’s healthiest burger has 290 calories but a lower content of sodium (610 milligrams) and saturated fats (6 grams).

Burger King Hamburger

Another healthier option at Burger King is a 251-calorie hamburger with low saturated fat content (4 grams) and low sodium (560 milligrams).

McDonald’s Hamburger

The lowest number of calories on this list is a McDonald’s hamburger. It is 250 calories, with 3.5 grams of saturated fat, 510 milligrams of sodium, 31 grams of carbs, and 12 grams of protein.

Burgers don’t have to be a guilty pleasure food. You can still enjoy them occasionally. Just stick to these options, and your other healthy habits won’t go down the drain.

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