The following food might the from the deepest nightmares of a health conscious person or could be from the dreams of obsessive foodies. Regardless these food are the unhealthiest, greasiest and bound to piss the sanest doctor alive.
1. The Heart Attack Grill
Located here in lovely Las Vegas, Nevada, you can order yourself a lovely Heart Attack on a Bun, complete with Type 2 Diabetes! Each of the burgers can be augmented with “unadulterated” (not drained of the grease from cooking) bacon slices in quantities of five slices per patty, thus five slices of bacon on the Single Bypass, ten slices on the Double Bypass, 15 slices on the Triple Bypass, and 20 slices of bacon on the Quadruple Bypass Burger and so-on. All burgers are served, per patty, with a slice of American cheese, red onion, sliced tomato, and Heart Attack Grill’s own unique special sauce.Everyone over 350 lbs eats free if anyone is interested.
2. Raw “Fugu” blowfish liver sashimi
It’s usually deadly. Sometimes someone requests it as a kind of culinary dare. The chef at a Michelin two-star restaurant was suspended for complying with such a customer’s request, and the customer almost died as a result.
“The poison can paralyse the nerves and prevent the lungs working. There is no known antidote and death occurs within minutes – with the first indication being numbness of the lips – if the concentration is strong enough.“
3. Deep fried pizza
In Scotland, You can make a pizza. Cook it. Dip it in the batter. Deep fry it. Eat it, every last greasy, cheesy hunk of it. Need we explain more?
4. Fast Food Iced tea
What’s a food additive that’s also used as an automotive antifreeze and runway de-icer? Sadly, there are a few, including this one. Propylene glycol alginate is a food thickener, stabiliser, and emulsifier, and it can cause cardiovascular or neurotoxic issues. And it’s used in Dunkin Donuts iced tea, among others.
5. Microwave Popcorn
If you thought the movie you were watching was terrifying, you probably haven’t taken a very close look at your popcorn. When air-popped, this snack has filling fibre, but the microwaveable varieties are an entirely different beast. Many major brands like Jolly Time, and Jiffy Pop not only contain heart-harming trans fats but also line their bags with perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), the same toxic stuff found in Teflon pots and pans. What’s more, butter-flavored favourites are almost always laced with diacetyl (DA), a chemical that has been found to break down the layer of cells that protects one of our most vital organs: the brain. Now that’s some scary stuff!
6. Fast Food Chicken Nuggets
Chicken nuggets all start with chicken but also contain several synthetic ingredients from diglycerides to Red #40 to carrageenan. These chemicals help make overly-processed foods like chicken nuggets possible because that’s what keeps the (very few) organic materials in the nuggets from going bad (or looking weird) after days spent travelling on the road or months in the freezer. But even if you buy them at the grocery store, you might not be safe.
7. Fruit Juice
It’s natural! It’s packed with Vitamin C! What could be wrong? Well, while 100 percent fruit juice is a better pick than sugary drinks like Sunny D, even the all-natural stuff still packs up to 36 grams of sugar per cup—or about what you’d get from popping 4 Krispy Kreme glazed doughnuts into a blender and hitting frappe. What’s more, most of the sweetness in juice comes from fructose, a type of sugar associated with the development of visceral adipose tissue—yep, that’s belly fat.
8. Patatje Kapsalon
From the Netherlands, “Patatje Kapsalon”. Translated it means “hairdresser chips/fries”. It is national junk food with the highest calories and lowest nutritional value.These are the ingredients: a layer of doner kebab or shawarma meat, french fries, melted cheese, some lettuce, onion, tomato and (optional) mayonnaise and/or garlic sauce and/or chilli sauce. Apparently, one good Kapsalon contains about 1800 calories. And it can taste fantastic, alas.