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    “Let Them Eat (Even More) Crap!” says the King

    burger-kingBurger King’s nutritional atrocities just keep on coming!

    Here are some of its latest limited time and regional offerings:

    • Angry Triple Whopper Burger: 1,360 calories; a day and a half’s worth of saturated fat, two thirds of the daily sodium limit; four grams of trans fat
    • Texas Triple Whopper Sandwich: 1,310 calories; a day and a half’s worth of saturated fat; eighty percent of a day’s worth of sodium; three and a half grams of trans fat
    • Country Pork Sandwich: a day’s worth of sodium

    Ironic how these are the same establishments that then go on and on about how they offer plenty of choices to customers want to eat fast food without wrecking their arteries.

    The “moderation” argument falls flat when you offer foods stuffed to the gills with calories, saturated fat, trans fat, and sodium.



    1. Debbie said on June 25th, 2009

      :::shudder::: The Burger King guy always creeps me out.

      Hubs recently told me about a special “dish” you can order at some McDonald’s called the McGangBang. I think it consists of their chicken sandwich sandwiched in the middle of a double cheeseburger?

      I just about threw up when he told me that.

    2. Andy Bellatti said on June 25th, 2009

      The Burger King “mascot” is very creepy. I feel like he belongs in a park wearing a long trenchcoat.

      The McGangBang. Yuck — never heard of it until now. Sounds abominable.

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