Family Medicine Notes links to the nutrition info a "killer" cookie offered by Dunkin' Donuts: it contains 65% of your daily allowance of saturated fat.
And not only that, the "killer" cookie is loaded with 48 g of sugar AND 550 mg of sodium. Is sodium there to temper the sweetness, or just to increase blood pressure? The recommended total daily intake of sodium is 2000 mg, so this cookie certainly goes a long way in ensuring that everybody who eats it hits the maximum daily dose of sodium they can take...
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