Every culture seems to have its own unique sausage and the Polish are no different. Their national sausage is the Kielbasa. It is a spicy sausage that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Just throw them on the grill and enjoy them as the everyday Polish delicacy that they are. You don’t even have to be Polish!
But not so fast, Hillshire’s Farm Kielbasa is packed with unnecessary fat, fillers, and a heavy dose of heart-harming sodium. With this in mind, it would be better if explore healthier alternatives, like Al Fresco’s sausages. Just make sure to heat up some pierogis as well.
Cold Stone Creamery Mud Pie Mojo
The definition of ice cream is slowly being redefined in America and Cold Stone Creamery is largely to thank for that. Whether you prefer your ice cream chocolatey, nutty, or packed with a cookie dough punch, there is a good chance that Cold Stone Creamery has you covered, one way or another.
With so many desserts to choose from, it was difficult to find the unhealthiest of the bunch, but the Mud Pie Mojo was bold and chaotic enough to beat them all. This ice cream has Oreos, peanut butter, almonds, and fudge, bringing this dessert together in a sugar-loaded nightmare.
Dunkin’ Donuts Glazed Jelly Stick
While donuts are not exactly known for being healthy as they are deep-fried and covered in a glaze of sugar, some are definitely more harmful to your health than others. And at Dunkin' Donuts, they are all pretty dangerous for your health.
And thanks to Dunkin' Donuts, our treasured fried pastries sometimes take on less savory forms as well One of the worst offenders is the Glazed Jelly Stick at Dunkin' Donuts, which contains 480 calories, 59 grams of carbs, and 25 grams of fat. That's a whole lot of calories and a whole lot of grams. At least look like a donut, please.
As with any food, Spam started with good intentions. With only six ingredients, you'd think Spam is pretty wholesome as canned meat, right? Well, it might not be brimming with a long list of hard-to-pronounce ingredients, but it isn't exactly healthy, either. Also, it's contained in a very uniquely shaped can, which doesn't bode well in the slightest.
Just one portion of this bad boy contains 16 grams of fat and over 700 grams of sodium! But let's face it, you are not just going to have one portion and would probably be tempted to have the whole can. Bad idea, friend, bad idea.
Cocoa Pebbles Cereal
We'll be the first to admit that cereal is delicious and nostalgic, but it is not always the best pick for your health. The problem with most types of cereal is that they are loaded with sugar, devoid of fiber, and soaked with hydrogenated oils.
Bottom line? Cocoa Pebbles are delicious and chocolatey but having them every day is probably not the best idea. The Flinstones must not have used this modern-day recipe anyway. And while we're on the topic, should we really be taking health advice from Fred Flinstone and Barney Rubble? Just look at them, they're not exactly in the best of shape.