McDonald’s Breakfast– How Many Steps Does It Take?

McDonald’s Breakfast– How Many Steps Does It Take?

Everyone is raving about McDonald’s most recent announcement that breakfast will now be served all day. Now there’s no reason to get in a fight with the cashier, Big Daddy style, because you arrived 30 minutes after they stopped serving breakfast. Hotcakes, McMuffins and hash browns galore, ALL day long. Are we dreaming? It still doesn’t seem real.

McDonald’s, the number one global fast food chain based on quantity of locations, according to Forbes, has officially made it’s customer’s happy campers. Now we all know that McDonald’s isn’t the healthiest choice when it comes to food, you’re definitely better off preparing a home cooked meal. But when you have to turn to Micky D’s for a quick bite to eat on the go or a last resort, it’s important to consider the nutritional facts and what you’re going to have to do afterwards to make sure it doesn’t latch on to your belly.

We wanted to help put things into perspective so we picked some of McDonald’s all day breakfast favorites and have calculated how many steps it’ll take to walk them off.

How Many Steps Does It Take To Burn Off Your Fav McDonald’s All-Day Breakfast Items

Egg McMuffin

mcdonalds egg mcmuffin

300 Calories

17g Protein

12g Fat

29g Carbs

730 mg Sodium

Walk it off: 3.75 miles or 7,520 steps

Hotcakes and Sausage

mcdonalds hotcakes and sausage

510 Calories

15g Protein

25g Fat

55g Carbs

830 mg Sodium

Walk it off: 6.4 miles or 12,800 steps

 

 

Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit

mcdonalds bacon egg and cheese on a biscuit

 

450 Calories

19g Protein

26g Fat

36g Carbs

1260 mg Sodium

Walk it off: 5.6 miles or 11,200 steps

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Hash Brown

mcdonald's hash brown150 Calories

1g Protein

9g Fat

15g Carbs

310 mg Sodium

Walk it off: 2 miles or 3,800 steps

This is also the equivalent to choosing the lighter option of their fruit and yogurt parfait, which is 150 calories.

As you can see, it’s not an easy task to walk off some of your favorite McDonald’s all day breakfast items, so think twice before making that extra pit stop.

What’s your favorite way to walk off your favorite fast food indulgences? Share in the comments below.
Note: All calculations are based on a 150-pound individual, that averages 2000 steps per mile, that is  walking at 3mph, which comes out to 2o min/mile. Exercise equivalents are rough estimates; actual results may vary based on weight and intensity.The calculation of calories burned per mile is based on MET research – metabolic equivalents of various activities.

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