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6 Revolting Breakfasts That Just Might Kill You Before Lunch

From candy cereals to dead pigs piled onto biscuits, Americans start their days with some deadly concoctions.

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As you can see, the Biscuit could be the least kosher meal ever prepared, as it features bacon, sausage and ham all in one blast. The nutrition facts are predictably appalling: 790 calories, 88 percent of your daily fat intake, 90 percent of your daily saturated fat intake, 92 percent of your daily cholesterol intake and 96 percent of your daily sodium intake. You’ll note how tantalizingly close those percentages are to 100 percent. I think Hardee’s could push the Biscuit over the top by taking the entire thing and shoving it into the deep fryer for a couple of minutes and then dusting it with powdered sugar.

But seriously: the only reason to eat this thing is if you’re planning to live among walruses for a research project and you need to store up three months’ worth of fat in one sitting.

Brad Reed is a writer living in Boston. His work has previously appeared in the American Prospect Online, and he blogs frequently at Sadly, No!

 
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