How flamin’ hot Cheetos affect the body
The topic of my research project is “How Flamin’ Hot Cheetos affect the body”. There are many ways flamin’ hot Cheetos can affect your body. Basically my research explains ways that flamin’ hot Cheetos could possibly affect you, but not necessarily happen. Flamin’ hot Cheetos are categorized as any other junk food, but is said to be very addictive and can cause ulcers and inflammation in your body. Everyone loves flamin’ hot Cheetos right? But have we ever once stopped to wonder how Cheetos affect our body? Because children and teens have taken such a strong liking to the high-caloric snack, nutritionists and other health professionals are concerned about the unhealthy habit. One ounce of Flamin' Hot Cheetos -- about 21 pieces -- is about 160 calories, including 17 percent of the daily suggested serving for fat and 8 percent of serving for saturated fat. It also contains 250 mg -- or 10 percent of the daily value -- of sodium. That doesn't sound so bad. However, the snack often comes in bags that offer two or more serving sizes of Cheetos, which offer almost no dietary fiber or protein. The "new bigger size" bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos contains 3 3/4 oz., or nearly 680 calories, 44 grams of fat, and 40 percent of days recommended sodium, according to the package nutritional label. Hot Cheetos are very spicy and stain your lips and fingers red. The spice increases stomach acidity, so children get stomach aches, sometimes so terrible they're doubled over in pain. Because the spicy snack contains a lot of red food dye, it can turn the stools of people who eat large amounts of Cheetos red or orange. So even though we might eat some foods with red food dye in them regularly, our stool doesn't usually become discolored unless you eat huge amounts of it. Flamin' Hot Cheetos is one food that people will eat enormous amounts of and will see a change in their stool color....
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