How Bad Could That Tub Of Popcorn Be?
There’s nothing better on a lazy day than going to the movies. Whether you’re into chick flicks or tear-jerking dramas, your movie-going experience probably includes munching on something.
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The aroma hits you as soon as you walk through the doors of any movie theater…popcorn! For many people, a trip to the movies isn’t complete without a big tub of buttery popcorn and a giant cup of soda. But if you don’t choose carefully, that treat could be scarier than the next blockbuster horror flick! With a little planning, you can still enjoy a yummy snack that doesn’t wreak havoc on your good eating habits.
In theory, popcorn should be low in calories and high in fiber—a healthy, whole grain snack. And it is when you air pop your own at home. But everything changes when it’s made at the theater and becomes a greasy and oil-soaked mess covered in artery-clogging butter or margarine.