British Christmas dinner ranked unhealthiest in the whole of Europe (and French oyster and foie gras offering is the healthiest)
British dinner is 30% sugar, has 69g fat and 211g carbohydrates
French dinner contains a total of 46g of fat and 29g of carbs per person
Czech Republic came second in the healthy league
Ireland and Germany also unhealthy
By Bianca London
PUBLISHED: 07:31 EST, 16 December 2013 | UPDATED: 09:52 EST, 16 December 2013
With the average Brit set to consume 7,000 calories on Christmas day, it comes as no surprise that the traditional British Christmas dinner has been ranked the fattiest and unhealthiest in Europe.
A new survey has revealed that our typical festive lunch on December 25 contains 69g fat and 211g of carbohydrates, that's 42 per cent saturated fat and 30 per cent sugar.
On the other end of the spectrum is France, which tops the healthy league table with its menu full of unprocessed foods.