A Big Mac from McDonald's has 540 calories. For the nutritional content of another restaurant's food, take a look at these Web sites.
Calorie Lab Find nutrition information for 70,000 foods and 500 restaurants on the Calorie Lab Web site. You can also enter in your weight and search for calories you could personally burn from different physical activities. Make sure to read up on international health news on the site, as well.
American Diabetes Association: Reading Food Labels Health-conscious eaters should check out the American Diabetes Association's "Reading Food Labels" page. Learn the ins and outs of nutrition facts, including what certain percentages like Percent Daily value means and the difference between reduced and less fat. The site also features extra tips for diabetics.
Diet Facts DietFacts lists the nutrition facts for almost 450 restaurants. Search by restaurant or brand, then click on a specific item for the information.
Calorie-count Calorie-count, from About.com Health, is a simple way to find out the facts about the food you eat. Search through the Food Browser or Restaurant Browser for the label facts, calorie breakdown and the Web site's nutritional analysis. You can also use the Activity Browser to see how much calories you would burn per hour. Other cool features include a BMI index, healthy recipes and a message board.