It’s a pretty indisputable face among the nutrition savvy—oats are a healthy food, a great source of whole grain and fiber. Likewise, oatmeal is a smart breakfast choice, a healthful alternative to sugary cereals. So when McDonald’s came out with its “Fruit and Maple Oatmeal” many folks assumed this oatmeal, like the stuff you make at home, would be good for you. But according to this infographic, that isn’t the case. Published by the Mother Nature Network, the graphic illustrates what is actually in McDonald’s’ oatmeal, including its astronomically high sugar content, saturated fat, and calories. In addition, it compares the nutrition info of the McDonald’s oatmeal to other foods, including traditional Quaker Oats, candy bars, McDonald’s salads, and some of McDonald’s other breakfast choices. Furthermore, it demonstrates the price breakdown of McDonald’s oatmeal compared to making oatmeal at home.