McDonald’s officially rolled out its long-awaited all-day breakfast menu last week, and some calorie conscious consumers have figured out just how hard it is to burn off those fast food calories.
The fitness, nutrition and wearable technology company Matchup wanted to “put things in perspective,” so they calculated the most popular menu items and drilled down exactly what you’ll need to do after indulging before the meal makes its way to your belly or backside.
This is what they found:
U.S. & World
Nutrition Facts: 300 calories, 17g protein, 12g fat, 29g carbohydrates, 730mg sodium
How Long it Will Take You to Walk Off: 3.75 miles (7,520 steps)
Steam rising. Real butter melting. When’s the last time you had an Egg McMuffin? pic.twitter.com/YnjqslhOHt— McDonald's (@McDonalds) September 17, 2015
Hotcakes and Sausage
Nutrition Facts: 510 calories, 15g protein, 25g fat, 55g carbohydrates, 830mg sodium
How Long it Will Take You to Walk Off: 6.4 miles (12,800 steps)
Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit
Nutrition Facts: 450 calories, 19g protein, 26g fat, 36g carbohydrates, 1260mg sodium
How Long it Will Take You to Walk Off: 5.6 miles (11,200 steps)
Nutrition Facts: 150 calories, 1g protein, 9g fat, 15g carbohydrates, 310mg sodium
How Long it Will Take You to Walk Off: Less than 2 miles (3,800 steps)
See an entire list of nutrition information for all of McDonald's menu items here.