The 6 Worst Fast-Food Chicken Wings You Should Avoid Right Now

Little Caesars' chicken wings are popular for their price and convenience, but their nutritional profile makes them a poor choice for healthy wings.

Little Caesars' Chicken Wings

If you're watching your salt intake, the Smashburger BBQ wings are one of the better choices because six of them only have 460 milligrammes, or 21% of the daily recommended limit.

Smashburger BBQ Wings

The 15 grams of additional sugar from the BBQ sauce is what makes these wings a less-than-ideal option.

Smashburger BBQ Wings

Six Buffalo Boneless Wings from Sonic have 10 grams of saturated fat, which is 76% of the daily limit of 13 grams.

Sonic's Buffalo Boneless Wings

Increased levels of LDL cholesterol, generally known as "bad" cholesterol, and a greater chance of heart disease are both associated with increased saturated fat intake.

Sonic's Buffalo Boneless Wings

Wingstop is renowned for its broad selection of delectable chicken wings, however the wings are frequently deep-fried and seasoned with a variety of sauces, which can considerably raise their calorie, fat, and sodium load.

Wingstop Cajun Bone-In Wings

The Bone-In Spicy Garlic Pizza Hut's wings have a lot of sodium and saturated fat, although not quite the daily maximum per serving.

Pizza Hut Spicy Garlic Bone-In Wings