NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 8: In this photo illustration, the new Impossible Whopper sits on a table on August 8, 2019 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. On Thursday, Burger King is launching its soy-based Impossible Whopper at locations nationwide. The meatless patties are produced by California tech startup Impossible Foods. A single Impossible Whopper sandwich costs $5.99. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The plant-based fast food craze has been sweeping across the country, but there are those that believe the alternative isn’t always healthier than meat.  Burger King’s popular Impossible Whopper has 30 fewer calories than the regular Whopper, but a gram more of sugar.

The same rings true for the Beyond Sausage sandwich from Dunkin.

The Impossible Sliders at White Castle actually contain MORE calories.

Those are just a few examples of differences and how you should make sure you’re checking the labels and doing your research.


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