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[Burger King] Two Chicken Sandwiches for $5

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[Burger King] Two Chicken Sandwiches for $5

Just saw a commercial for this. Sounds like a hot deal!!
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iamskyhigh wrote: Just saw a commercial for this. Sounds like a hot deal!!
These have a ton of sodium for what they are. 1430mg each for 2860mg total if you plan on eating both. That's well over 100% of your daily intake. In comparison, a McChicken has just 770mg each.

I got this deal once and as good as they taste, the sodium is ridiculous.
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iamskyhigh wrote: Just saw a commercial for this. Sounds like a hot deal!!
thanks OP. Been happening for awhile , at least in Toronto. No expiry on posters. Just 'limited time'. Nice deal though.
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rbl_posse wrote: These have a ton of sodium for what they are. 1430mg each for 2860mg total if you plan on eating both. That's well over 100% of your daily intake. In comparison, a McChicken has just 770mg each.

I got this deal once and as good as they taste, the sodium is ridiculous.
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thread title should have the word chicken in quotes :)
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Its 2 for $6 in Nova Scotia.
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This also applies to BK Fish.

Just had it last week I believe. 2 BK fish for $5 + tax
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Always noticed these were ridiculously salty
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coriolis wrote: Everytime I crave fast food, I always look at the nutrition chart: http://burgerking.ca/sites/default/file ... rition.pdf



I still go sometimes even after looking at the sodium lol
so each burger has 680 cal/43g of fat/23g protein. it has almost double the fat than protein.. theres more fat in this than chicken. they can't call this a chicken burger, they should call it a fat burger.
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rbl_posse wrote: These have a ton of sodium for what they are. 1430mg each for 2860mg total if you plan on eating both. That's well over 100% of your daily intake. In comparison, a McChicken has just 770mg each.

I got this deal once and as good as they taste, the sodium is ridiculous.
bigmackKFT wrote: Always noticed these were ridiculously salty
They are ridiculously salty to the point of inedible.
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What's with the facepalm?

If you don't take your sodium intake seriously, enjoy your hypertension.

"This means you

It’s easy to dismiss salt as the other guy’s problem. That may be okay if you’re a lean twenty-something with a blood pressure of 110/60, but even these men are likely to face issues with salt as they grow older.

Current guidelines say no adult should consume more than 2,300 mg of sodium a day, and that people with hypertension, all middle-aged and older adults, and all African Americans should consume no more than 1,500 mg a day.

Where do you fit in? At present, about two-thirds of all American adults have hypertension or prehypertension, and the average 50-year-old has a 90% chance of developing hypertension as he ages. So if you’re like the rest of us, you’ll benefit from cutting your dietary salt."

http://www.health.harvard.edu/newslette ... our-health
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rbl_posse wrote: What's with the facepalm?

If you don't take your sodium intake seriously, enjoy your hypertension.

"This means you

It’s easy to dismiss salt as the other guy’s problem. That may be okay if you’re a lean twenty-something with a blood pressure of 110/60, but even these men are likely to face issues with salt as they grow older.

Current guidelines say no adult should consume more than 2,300 mg of sodium a day, and that people with hypertension, all middle-aged and older adults, and all African Americans should consume no more than 1,500 mg a day.

Where do you fit in? At present, about two-thirds of all American adults have hypertension or prehypertension, and the average 50-year-old has a 90% chance of developing hypertension as he ages. So if you’re like the rest of us, you’ll benefit from cutting your dietary salt."

http://www.health.harvard.edu/newslette ... our-health
This forum is about deals. Not health.

You can easily work off the sodium intake but exercising.
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