Ranking Super Bowl Snacks by How (Un)Healthy They Are

Americans treat Super Bowl Sunday like a holiday, even if it is one centered around watching TV. There are even traditional foods now associated with the Super Bowl, designed to serve many people who are watching TV. We know that most of these dishes aren't good for us, but which ones are the worst for our blood pressure, metabolism, and waistline? Mel magazine ranks 11 of the most common treats that will be served for Super Bowl parties. Some of them are surprisingly okay.

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I really hate articles like this one. They act as if these foods are a regular part of a person's diet rather than an occasional treat. If you eat Pigs in a Blanket on a regular basis, they're not good for your health. If you eat them a couple times a year as a snack at a party, they're really not going to have much effect.
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