17 Summer Foods You Need to Stop Eating Right Now

Corn dogs

What’s less healthy than a big, fatty sausage? One that’s battered and deep-fried—which is precisely what a corn dog is, says Dallas-Fort Worth-based registered dietitian Amy Goodson. A typical dog has around 250 calories, 11 grams of fat, and almost 600 milligrams of sodium. And since the ones at carnivals and fairs tend to be oversized, they’ll likely do even more nutritional damage, Goodson adds.

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