Well i shitteth ye not......should joey chestnut not be fucking dead by now .......i mean FMOB...(fuck my old boots .......that man has scoffed enough hot dogs to kill 60 people ......that's just a random number i came up with no particular number .......i mean i have watched this guy tear ass for years on memorial or labour day ......i can never remember .....but that lad scoff about ......i mean ! fuck a priest i say....... that will kill the average man on the street ......but he comes back every year and wins ..........how much longer has he got i wonder .........not into his 60's for sure ........but competitive eating is a phenomenon ,........i never get tired of these people eating large amounts of carcass........there is another girl called leah shutkleaver .......she is totally awesome i follow her on facebook she can eat .....looks great hot and all ........great genes .........
well we are all fucked anyway none of us are getting out of here alive ....so you may as well enjoy yourself ......even if you like hot dogs ,.,,......if the dogs don't get you the pussy will ......for sure .................................
Every hotdog a person eats shortens their life by 36 minutes, according to a new study.
However, a person can also add minutes to their healthy life expectancy by eating better foods. A portion of nuts, for example, adds almost 26 minutes, while a peanut butter and jam sandwich gives a person more than half an hour extra life.
The findings come from experts at the University of Michigan who created a standardised way of assessing the carbon footprint and nutritional impact of almost 6,000 foods.- ADVERTISEMENT -
Their Health Nutritional Index was centred around finding a way to calculate the direct influence of various meals, snacks and drinks. It works by calculating the health burden of one gram of any food, and then scaling this up to a standard serving size.
“For example, we found that, on average, 0.45 minutes are lost per gram of any processed meat that a person eats in the US,” the study authors wrote.
“The 61 grams of processed meat in a hotdog sandwich results in 27 minutes of healthy life lost due to this amount of processed meat alone.
“Then, when considering the other risk factors, like the sodium and trans fatty acids inside the hotdog – counterbalanced by the benefit of its polyunsaturated fat and fibers – we arrived at the final value of 36 minutes of healthy life lost per hotdog.”
But each item of food contributes to a unique equation and a person does not need to make wholesale dietary changes to reap the rewards, researchers said.
For example, if a meat-eater decides to replace 10 per cent of their daily calories – 250 for men and 200 for women – with nuts, fruits and vegetables instead of processed meat or beef, they will gain 48 minutes of healthy life every day they stick to this change.
This simple adjustment, the researchers said, also has clear environmental benefits and slashes a person’s daily dietary carbon footprint by a third.
The study, published in the journal Nature Food, is based around healthy life expectancy, which is the length of time a person has a good quality of life and is disease free.