Ginormous Turkey Leg
How bad can turkey be? It’s got to be better than, say, a Big Mac, right? Think again. Disney’s Magic Kingdom, for example, serves a smoked turkey leg that has over one thousand calories and almost a day’s worth of fat. Its sodium clocks in at just over five grams.
In fact, a 2006 analysis initiated by Bloomberg Media found that Disney regularly serves food higher in fat, calories, and sodium than McDonald’s Corp.; the turkey leg is just one example of enlarged portion size creating a monster out of a mere menace.
Many theme parks offer the big ’ol leg, and Six Flags even touts theirs as “low-carb.” However, it’s not a healthful option by any stretch of the imagination.
Better bet: try a grilled chicken, chicken salad, or deli sandwich at a counter service spot.