Some restaurants, it seems, are trying their best to kill you as quickly as possible. While we knew that most dishes at places like The Cheesecake Factory and Outback Steakhouse were incredibly unhealthy, we still didn't know which ones were the absolute worst of the worst. Now, thanks to The Center for Science in the Public Interest, we do.

CSPI released their annual list of “Xtreme Eating” earlier this week, in hopes of scaring some people into a healthier lifestyle. We don't know if it will work, but at the very least, it is morbidly fascinating. Turn the page for the list.

Bob Evans: Cinnamon Cream Stacked & Stuffed Hotcakes: 1,380 calories and 34 grams of saturated fat.

California Pizza Kitchen: Pesto Cream Penne: 1,350 calories, 49 grams of saturated fat, and 1,920 mg of sodium.

California Pizza Kitchen: Tostada Pizza with Grilled Steak: 1,680 calories, 32 grams of saturated fat, and over 3,300 mg of sodium.

The Cheesecake Factory: Chocolate Tower Truffle Cake: 1,670 calories and 48 grams of saturated fat.

The Cheesecake Factory: Pasta Carbonara with Chicken: 2,500 calories and 85 grams of saturated fat.

Chevys: Crab & Shrimp Quesadilla: 1,790 calories, 63g of saturated fat, and 3,440 mg of sodium.

Five Guys: Bacon Cheeseburger: 920 calories and 30 grams of saturated fat. Large Order Of Fries: 1,460 calories.

Outback Steakhouse: New Zealand Lamb: 1,820 calories, 80 grams of saturated fat, and 2,600 mg of sodium.

P.F. Chang's: Double Pan-Fried Noodles Combo: 1,820 calories and 7,690 milligrams of sodium.

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