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Is a Cin-a-bon the absoluty most unhealth thing you can eat??

Asked by simone54 (7608points) January 31st, 2008

Methinks it is.

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Spargett's avatar

I’d have to say the worst I’ve seen is the Outback Steakhouse Aussie Cheese Fries with Ranch Dressing.

- 2,900 calories
– 182 g fat
– 240 g carbs

absolutely's avatar

A regular Cinnabon roll:
730 calories
24 g fat
114 g carbs

evander's avatar

Go to the fair here in North Carolina and you might run into “Fried Coke.” Basically, some sort of cake saturated with coke and then deep fried. . . Can’t provide the nutritional info though. . .

I had students that would pour ranch dressing in a bag of cheetos, shake it up and eat it. One would even add either pop-rocks or pixie sticks to the mix.

gooch's avatar

I’ve had 1)deep fried twinkies sprinkled with chocolate 2)deep fried snickers those can be healthy

JCS's avatar

This source says “A fried Twinkie has 420 calories and 34 grams of fat”

vanguardian's avatar

I love the Aussie Cheese Fries. I really do.

livejamie's avatar

While we can pretty much agree on what is unhealthy and healthy, the degree to which something is unhealthy is somewhat subjective. Technically wouldn’t a granade be the most ‘unhealthy” thing that you could eat? ;)

Back on subject, something that sticks out in my mind are the Hungry Man Packaged meals. There’s a rather entertaining article about them written-up here:

1,030 calories, 64 grams of fat, 2,090 milligrams of salt.

Hungryman also introduced a Hungryman XXL dish, with 1.5 pounds of food instead of the usual 1. I can’t find the nutritional facts, but I’m sure they’re even more frightening.

My heart hurts now.

theyearlynewsletter's avatar

I think alfredo sauce is supposed to be pretty bad for you… I don’t know if it’s as bad or worse than Cin-a-bon.

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