Doctors Are Pleading Parents To Stop Letting Their Kids Eat Hot Cheetos

It's official. Doctors are have an issue with Flamin' Hot Cheetos! 

Here's the reason... new studies have found that Flamin' Hot Cheetos are made with just the right amounts of salt, saturated fats, and sugar which make the food addicting! 


All those red hot spices can also damage your stomach. They stick along your gastrointestinal tract — including your esophagus, stomach, duodenum, and small intestine.

For many, eating a large amount of Flamin' Hot Cheetos can cause stools to turn red from the red dye. Many freak out thinking the redness in the stool is blood, which then leads to emergency room visits out of panic. 

Will you keep eating them? 

Source: Healthy Page

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