Parents working overtime often find themselves in the drive–through lane of fast food restaurants. After a long day in front of the computer and bath time on the horizon, chicken nuggets, french fries, and soda are tempting. America's waistband is expanding, and the wee ones aren't exempt. A new study conducted by the Center for Science in the Public Interest found that 93 percent of 1,474 possible choices at 13 fast food chains exceeded the amount of calories that the Institute of Medicine recommends children aged four through eight consume in a meal. Take my fast food test to see if you know your facts. You may be less than happy with the meal's results.
Quiz: Fast Food Kiddie Nation
What is the recommended calorie count for a kid's meal?