You’ve probably heard it before but it deserves repeating: sometimes salad is not the healthiest option on the menu. After certain toppings and dressing are added, a salad is a waist-widener, rather than a low-fat lunch. Your common sense will tell you that anything with “crispy chicken” or “bacon” in its name is not the best choice, but other options are trickier. Take the healthy sounding Apple Pecan Chicken Salad from Wendy’s—with 1350 mg of sodium, 27 grams of fat and 590 calories, you may as well just order a burger. Say no to the pecans to cut a third of the fat, and eliminate the chicken to half the sodium.