These Are The Best And Worst Fast Food Kids' Meals
Hint: It's a "no" for Dairy Queen's 1,080 calorie option.
According to The American Heart Association, kids aged four through eight should eat only 1200-1400 calories per day, while kids aged nine through thirteen should eat just 1600-1800.
(Note: While calories are important, they don't give the entire picture of a meal's nutritional value. For more in-depth nutritional information click the links below.)