One of the worst contenders on the menu is the Tour of Italy
, which comes in at 1,450 calories and 74 grams of fat, 33 grams of which are saturated fat (plus 3,830 milligrams of sodium). The worst part about dining at Olive Garden is that you’re left with not so many options in the healthy eating department: Half a dozen of the choices on the Classic Pastas
menu exceed 1,000 calories (plus, let’s not forget the breadsticks!).
Instead, go for protein-based meals with not-so-heavy sauces, like the Venetian Apricot Chicken (400 calories). If you’re hunkering for pasta, stick to the Linguine alla Marinara, which contains a respectable 430 calories.