Wednesday, October 3, 2012
News of the year is that we, as Americans, are getting FAT! Therefore this may be news to many: http://outstanding-liar.blogspot.com/2012/07/outstanding-liar.htm ben bow441 http://nearestholidayblog.wordpress.com/2011/12/02/christmas-day/ http://democrats-and-civil-rights.blogspot.com/2010/03/democrats-and-civil-rights.html Google Inc. | 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway | Mountain View, CA 94043 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Ernesto Ramos
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Show Details !) Fried Chicken from KFC can KILL you...4 scrawney pieces when you want 6 can BOMB your diet with 920 calories or about 1/3 of a days' munching...ALSO nails you with 63 grams of FAT and 350 mg of CHOLESTEROL. not counting GRAVY etc.
DO MUNCH OUT ON...skinless grilled chicken breast for 120 cal and 1.5 grams of FAT only 70 mg cholesterol. People take DANGEROUS DRUGS to get their CHOLESTEROL DOWN...I would not take them unless at the point of a GUN held by a MEAN-EYED dude who MIGHT USE IT!
2) Sausages...Johnsonville Orig. bratwurst or Italian sausages have 22 grams FAY with 8 grams Satuaturated FAT 810 mg sodium PER grilled LINK and those things are SMALL!
DO eat...smoked turkey sausages at 110 cal. 6 grams FAT with 1.5 SAT FAT...harder to locate but GOOD alternative to those KILLER sausages...
3) CHIPS...ONE OUNCE BAG (about 3 bites) has 155 calories, 10.6 grams FAT with 3.1 sat fat, and 149 mg of sodium. If you multiply this ONE times 112 OUNCES eaten ANNUALLY by MOST Americans...YOU GET a clue why Americans can be FAT and UNHEALTHY>>>
4) THAT STEAK...smell it all you like BUT...
Steak. High amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol make red meat an unhealthy heart choice. A top sirloin cut of beef, raw, can run you 594 calories, 18.5g of fat (6.8g saturated fat), and 191mg of cholesterol.
Eat this: Choosing the right cut of beef can help save your arteries. The pricey filet mignon will cost you only 6.7g of fat (2.5g saturated fat), and 67mg of cholesterol. For a less expensive option, try the T-bone steak.
5. Burgers. McDonald's famous Big Mac contains 540 calories, 29g of fat, and 1040mg of sodium. Even if you make your hamburgers at home, a three-ounce patty made with 80 percent-lean beef has 14.8g of fat (5.6g saturated fat), and 76mg of cholesterol.
Eat this: The best alternative for ground beef is ground turkey breast. It clocks in at an amazing 120 calories, 1g of fat (0g saturated), and 28g of protein per four-ounce burger. Add ground pepper, a pinch of cayenne, and a dash of salt to beef up your turkey burger.
6. Pizza. It's a convenient, Friday-night delivery essential, but pizza is no friend of your heart. A single plain slice has 9.8g of fat (4.4 saturated fat), and 551mg of sodium. But who just stops at one?
Eat this: Pizza is an easy, do-it-yourself meal. Start with whole wheat dough, English muffins, or pitas, then add sauce and reduced fat cheese to create a flavorful, healthy alternative.
7. Pasta. It's an Italian classic: spaghetti and meatballs. Mom's recipe may include a secret ingredient, but the dish served at Romano's Macaroni Grill has some eye-popping extras: 1,430 calories, 81g of fat and 41g of saturated fat, and 4540mg of sodium.
Eat this: If you have pasta on the brain, try the whole wheat variety, which contains only 197 calories, 0.8g fat, and is a great source of fiber. Add a little marinara sauce, and if you're in the mood for meatballs, go for ground turkey.
8. Ice cream. It may evoke memories of your carefree childhood days, but ice cream is anything but innocent. Ben and Jerry's best-selling flavor, Cherry Garcia, packs 14g of fat (10g saturated), and 22g of sugar for two scoops.
Eat this: The frozen yogurt version of Cherry Garcia contains half the calories and only 3g of fat.
9. Doughnuts. It's probably no surprise that these breakfast blunders made the list of worst heart foods. Just one Krispy Kreme Creme-Filled Chocolate Doughnut is a doozie: 20g of fat (5 saturated), 23g of sugar, and 38g of carbohydrates.
Eat this: Reach for instant oatmeal, which has been proven to lower the bad LDL cholesterol and boost your metabolism. Add some fresh berries for an excellent start to your day.
10. Cheesecake. Let the sweets lovers beware; most cheesecakes will run up your calorie and fat intake. An especially risky choice is the Cheesecake Factory's Godiva Chocolate Cheesecake, which packs a whopping 860 calories, 57g of fat, and 80g of carbohydrates per slice.
Eat this: If you have a hankering for cheesecake, opt for the plain variety. With 315 calories, 20g of fat, and 25g of carbohydrates, though it's not a healthy choice, it's less detrimental to your heart.
During the Alfred E Newman Smith Roast Fun Dinner, Barack Obama read that, "Sen. McCain has found out that I associated with some pretty ugly, serious deadbeats, a crowd of low-lifes , unrepent, no-good punks...all my fellow-senators I meet at regular meetings of the US Senate!"
President-Elect Obama's insight is most KEEN...that explains why Congress has a 2% approval rating ...at least.
They're 2%ers and it shows! Look how they loaded up "the emergency $787 billion bailout ...with earmarks or PORK.