Hamburgers are better than hotdogs.
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In this video it says hotdogs are made of leftovers of pork, beef, and chicken.
Also another topic is that hamburgers are healthier but it matters what are you putting on it? A typical burger is in the 1/3 " 1/2 pound range and made from 85%-lean ground beef. Served with a bun, it can pack as much as 620 calories and 9 grams of saturated fat that"s almost half your daily limit before toppings. A slice of cheese adds another 110 calories and 6 grams of saturated fat. On the positive side, burgers deliver iron and zinc.
But on the other hand hot dogs and hot dog buns are typically smaller than burgers and their small size gives them a calorie advantage. An all-beef hot dog and white-bread bun will costs you 270 calories. As a dinner entree, that"s a pretty moderate amount. There are some downsides to hot dogs, though. First, many are sodium bombs, packing 500 mg or more per dog a 3-ounce hamburger, in contrast, delivers around 375 mg and if you"re making it yourself you can add even less salt. Second, many hot dogs contain sodium nitrite additives that help extend shelf life, which are linked to increased cancer risk. Lastly, because hot dogs are on the smaller side, you might be inclined to have more than one.
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