The Worst Artery Cloggers in America


This article just proves what my book suggests that you eat meals made from scratch at home, especially for your health.
On saying that though, as they say anything that tastes good seems to be bad for you. I am sure every now and then is not going to hurt but obviously from some of these figures you are eating a whole days calories in one meal. If you are conscious of your weight then that will be the only meal of the day or you need to run 10 miles to burn it off.

Article by: Brie Cadman

Breakfast of Caloric Champions: Denny’s Smoked Sausage Slam

This is the meal to eat if you like pig products: two eggs scrambled with chopped bacon, diced ham, and crumbled sausage, then topped with cheddar cheese. All rounded out with two strips of bacon, two sausage links, hash browns, and two fluffy buttermilk pancakes. The amount of sodium in this pile of pig garbage is enough to last you two days … if you don’t die of a heart attack first.

A better bet: Two eggs, bacon, and toast. It ain’t health food, but it won’t be a day’s worth of calories either.

Worst Thing You Can Eat with a Spoon: KFC Mashed Potato Bowl

The KFC bowl is for those who can’t be bothered with a plate. It’s a tub filled with mashed potatoes, layered with sweet corn, and “loaded” with pieces of fried chicken. To add insult to injury, they dump “home-style” gravy and cheese on top. I have a feeling this thing comes out in your toilet bowl looking the exact same way it went in.

A better bet: avoid KFC altogether.

Worst Meal in Tin Foil: Chipotle Barbacoa Super Burrito

The other day my coworkers and I went to Chipotle. It was all shits and giggles while we were eating—“hey, pass the guac!” “want some more chips?!”—but then about an hour later, things went terribly wrong. Our stomachs hurt. Our mouths puckered. I drank about a gallon of water but couldn’t seem to quench my thirst. The bathroom stunk.

I think it’s ironic that Chipotle sponsors a biking team. No athlete would ever eat there.

A better bet
: Cut the monster in half and share it.

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