The 450g Tesco chocolate fudge cake proved to be the worst, however. The sweet treat has a total of 1,710 calories and 90 grams of fat. Women would need to lift weights for about four hours to work off the calories.
The average woman would also have to do a cardio exercise for about three hours.
The infographic, which was created by BuddyLoans.com, covers other junk foods, too, like a Pizza Express margherita pizza, which has 682 calories and 22 grams of fat.
The average woman would have to spend an hour and a half weightlifting to burn off the pizza, or an hour and eleven minutes of cardio. A man on the other hand would have to do near an hour of cardio and about an hour and twenty minutes of weightlifting.
Fried chicken is hard to work off as well.There are 726 calories in just three pieces of fried chicken from KFC. To work that off, a woman would have to do a cardio workout for an hour and 15 minutes. Eight pull ups and eight sets of five superset seated rows are recommended to do in order to work off the 42 grams of fat in this portion. A chocolate bar seems to be fairly healthy, with only 237 calories in it. It would take 25 minutes for a woman to run it off. Instead, you could spend 30 minutes weightlifting or doing squats or deadlifts. But food isn't the only problem. A night out at the bar could cause you to consume 245 calories with each pint, which you'd have to run 25 minutes to work off. Were you aware of how much gym time you'd need to cook in order to work off your favourite junk foods? Source: Daily Mail Infographic: Buddy Loans