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Forget good old-fashioned potato chips. These days America’s kids are munching on Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Maybe you’ve noticed kid stuffing their mouths with these fiery, cheesy nuggets. Maybe you’ve seen a teen on the bus with a copy of the Hunger Games in one hand, iPhone in the other, and a big crinkly orange bag in the lap. That bag of Cheetos just might be breakfast.
All of this Cheetos-munching has nutritionists concerned. One bag packs in a whopping amount of fat and salt—"26 grams of fat and a quarter of the amount of salt that’s recommended for the entire day," according to ABC News. These airy puffs have no nutritional value—zip, zilch, nada. And as you might expect, the salty snacks are like crack and highly addictive—as in once you stick your hand in the bag there’s no turning back...
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