Asking For A Friend

Suppose  you were to purchase this 15oz. (425.2 g for all you folks outside the USA) tub of Utz Chocolate Covered Pretzels at Publix  and bring it home.

Then, if you decided to consume all the salty, chocolaty goodness found inside in less than 24 hours, would the cumulative effect on your body be any different than if you exhibited super human willpower and only consumed one a day for however long they lasted?

Asking for a friend.

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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6 Responses to Asking For A Friend

  1. Stephen Landry says:

    I think the health benefits of the joy and resulting stress reduction would outweigh any adverse affects. 🙂

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  2. Tell your friend to maintain a proportionate liquid intake to maintain a good balance. Bourbon may suffice, or Dr Pepper!

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  3. GREG TAYLOR says:

    I think your “friend” needs to cosider first the effect on his,or her, digestive track of eating the entire container of very healthy chocolate covered pretzels in a short period of time. If your “friend” decides to do so, a bottle of pepto might help, or a bottle of red wine.

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  4. Tell your friend that the stress of delaying eating would actually be more harmful to the body than consuming in 24 hours. In fact, there are positive heal effects of eating them in 24 hours. The salt increases blood flow (very important to us over a certain age), chocolate is a natural anti-stress agent, and pretzels provide a great source of fiber.

    In fact, you should likely eat one everyday for the best overall effectiveness …

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