Steak n Shake Nutrition

Steak n Shake Nutrition

steak n shakeSo many of you guys have asked us about Steak and Shake Nutrition that I just have to answer your questions. It’s pretty interesting that the most nutrition questions we get are from our lovely readers asking nutrition facts from all of the fast food restaurants. That’s a good thing, since most people are grabbing quick and easy fast food these days. Busy schedules, tight budgets, and convenience make fast food a definite temptation! At least you guys are considering the nutrition possibilities before launching into that first bite. That is a great first step into better eating habits.

Not only is fast food quick and easy, it is also addictive. Our taste buds become accustomed to all of the salt, fat, and flavor enhancers. Our taste buds begin to perceive healthy, whole foods as dull and boring. The sweetness of fruit becomes less satisfying than sugary, starchy, fast foods. The overload of salt in those foods makes us crave more salt than our healthy choices contain. We develop a taste for unhealthy foods, and we just want more, more, more. Steak n Shake nutrition provides satisfying taste without satisfying nutrition.

One of the main reasons we tend to overeat at a fast food restaurant such as Steak n Shake nutrition, is because the nutrients are so slim, or even completely absent. Even though we have had way more than our daily quota of calories, our bodies cry out for more because they are busy searching for nutrients. There are none to be found, so we order more of the taste enhanced, but nutrition free fast food. It’s a vicious cycle of empty nutrition.

Fast food is a major cause of obesity and disease. If you will check the calorie counters, you will be surprised that one fast food meal of Steak n Shake nutrition can actually add up to more calories than you need to eat in an entire day. That means that all of your other meals and snacks are going to be stored as fat.

It doesn’t take long for the pounds to pack on, since 3500 extra calories adds one pound to your body. Most females need 1500 to 1800 calories a day, and most men need 2000 to 2200 a day. Athletes, pregnant and nursing mothers, body builders, the very active, and those with certain medical conditions or fast metabolisms, will need more. We are talking about the general, inactive to moderately active person, who I am assuming includes you. Most super athletes don’t consider Steak  Shake nutrition haha!:)

We only get one body, and it is designed to be healthy for a long time. There are many systems in place that allow our amazing bodies to be strong, and to heal and repair themselves. The beautiful and bountiful fruits and vegetables are filled with all of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that allow us to be healthy, and they can give us the energy we need to live our lives to the fullest.

Our taste buds can once again learn to crave the foods that will bring life. Believe it or not, if you will start adding more fruits, veggies, nuts, other healthy fats, and lean proteins to your diet, your body will begin to reject that Steak and Shake nutrition as false nutrition. You will begin to notice that you feel so much better when you eat from the fresh aisles of your local grocery store. It can be a challenge, but you are up to it, and you are worth it!!!

Steak and Shake Nutrition Facts

3D Grilled Cheese Steakburger 

  • 770 calories
  •  470 calories from fat
  • 39 carbs
  • 1810mg sodium
  • 16 sugar
  • 36 protein

California Double Steakburger

  • 560 calories
  • 310 calories from fat
  • 34g fat
  • 1030mg sodium
  • 10 sugar
  • 35 protein

Single Steakburger with Cheese

  • 330 calories
  • 140 calories from fat
  • 16g fat
  • 570mg sodium
  • 5 sugar
  • 15 protein

Chicken Melt

  • 650 calories
  • 340 calories from fat
  • 38g fat
  • 1610 mg sodium
  • 55 g carbs
  • 14 sugar
  • 32g protein

Cheese French Fries

  • 330 to 870 calories s/m/l
  • 610 to 1270 mg sodium
  • 44 to 117 g carbs
  • 7 to 26 g protein
  • 10 to 26 g sugar

Large French Fries

  • 640 calories
  • 270 calories from fat
  • 30 g fat
  • 210 mg sodium
  • 87 g carbs

Chocolate Hand Dipped Milk Shakes regular size

  • 630 calories
  • 180 calories from fat
  • 320 mg sodium
  • 103g carbs
  • 90g sugar
  • 16g protein

Bacon Egg and Cheese Biscuit

  • 520 calories
  • 320 calories from fat
  • 1520g sodium
  • 32g carbs
  • 4g sugar
  • 21g protein

Perfect Start Oatmeal

  • 340 calories
  • 100 calories from fat
  • 260mg sodium
  • 57g carbs
  • 30g sugar
  • 5g protein

Steak n Shake nutrition is really high in sugar,fat, carbs and sodium, just like most fast food, creating food that is tasty, but not good for your overall health. Indulge once in a while, if you must, and enjoy yourself while you do, but limit your fast food visits. Choose clean foods that will boost your health and your energy, allowing you to feel amazing and able to everything you want to do! It’s so worth the extra effort! The benefits will amaze you!!!

Happy beautiful life!!!


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