Health report done on food from fast food restaurants finds that most kids' meals have way too many calories to be healthy.

The report on meals at 13 major restaurants such as KFC, Taco Bell, Sonic and Chick-fil-A shows that all meals combination are too fattening.
While the average 8-year-old should eat about 1,200 to 1,300 calories a day, or about 430 calories a meal, 93% of the meals at the chains had much more calories than that.

The chains are advised to include more fruits and whole grains in their menus instead of fried and fatty foods.

Out of all the fast food chain restaurants, Subway fared best, with 12 out of 18 kids' meals having fewer than 430 calories, but this is mostly because Subway meals didn't include beverages. McDonald's offers apple slices as a substitute for french fries but this simply isn’t enough. Children and their parents need to be offered healthier choices if we think to get out of this obesity pandemic.