That's not all...
"They each have 4 and a half days worth of saturated fat." .
That gut-busting news is from Michael Jacobson and his team at the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
The C-S-P-I is handing out its annual X-treme eating awards to chain restaurants based on calorie, sodium and fat content data from each restaurant.
The point is to try to shock people into seeing what goes into their mouths..
"We try to take Americans by the lapels and shake them and say, you know, be careful.. if you want to eat these meals, fine, but you should know what you're getting."said Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest
You'll get more than 6-thousand milligrams of salt -- a four-day supply -- when you order the full rack of baby back ribs at Chili's. The dish comes with home style fries and cinnamon apples.
Dietitians say there are ways to eat out and avoid gastronomic gluttony.
"Instead of starting your meal with a bread basket or fatty appetizer, choose a broth-based soup or even hot tea." said Lisa Cimperman, RD-UH Case Medical Center.
Some studies show people who start their meals with a warm liquid consumer fewer calories.
In a statement -- the National Restaurant Association said it's committed to taking a proactive role in helping the restaurant industry address food and healthy living, including obesity.
Even the Cheesecake Factory offers what it calls a "skinny-licious" menu.
The trick is resisting its namesake.
The National Restaurant Association was also in favor of a nutrition standard that will soon require thousands of chain restaurants nationwide to provide nutrition information at the point of purchase.
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The National Restaurant Association released the following statement from Director of Nutrition and Healthy Living Joy Dubost, Ph.D., R.D., on the CSPI report:
"Consumers choose to dine out for many occasions - whether it's a lunch outside the office or a special occasion, such as a birthday dinner. With this in mind, restaurants provide an array of menu options including a growing selection of healthful menu options. In fact, the National Restaurant Association's 2013 Restaurant Industry Forecast shows that over 85 percent of adults say there are more healthy options at restaurants than there were two years ago.
"The National Restaurant Association is committed to taking a proactive role in assisting the restaurant industry address food and healthy living, including obesity. The Association advocated for a national nutrition standard that will soon require more than 250,000 chain restaurant locations across the country to provide nutrition information to consumers at the point of purchase. Consumers will be able to use this information to determine the best menu selections for their diet and lifestyle. We are also educating consumers on nutrition by providing healthful dining tips on our website, as well as through videos and blogs."