10 Summer Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat
It’s hard to enjoy a summer event – barbeque, festival, carnival, or a baseball game – without the temptations of fatty, high-calorie foods.
Hot dogs are a staple barbeque food, and also full of fat and sodium. According to the American Institute for Cancer Research, eating just one hot dog a day raises your risk for colorectal cancer by 21 percent.
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Ribs – another popular summer food –are delicious when smothered in BBQ sauce, but they are extremely high in fat; and cold sugary drinks may seem like a great option to cool you down in the summer heat, but the reality is that they may actually do harm to our hearts, aid in obesity and affect our physical appearance.
Some of the foods on this list may surprise you. They look innocent but they will actually do your body more harm than good. For instance, the common hot weather treat—snow cones. U.S. News says that they contain 90 calories per ounce of regular syrup.