The FDA suggests that the average American consumes a total of 2,000 calories per day. But what if I told you that America's worst drink, in terms of nutritional information, has more calories than that? Yup. Meet all 2,010 cals of the PB&C shake from Cold Stone Creamery.
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Men's Health recently named the chocolaty indulgence the "Worst Beverage in America," with more than 153 grams of sugar and 131 grams of fat. My first reaction: Wow, that's a lot of freakin' fat. My second reaction: How far is the nearest Cold Stone?! Sure, it may be the worst for you -- but the concept of smooth rich chocolate and peanut butter just sounds so delicious.
So how's this sugar-filled beverage measure up? Read on.
First things first: It's important to note that I did not drink this entire Gotta Have It, 24-ounce milkshake alone. Thank you to my lovely coworkers for your support. I know it was an annoying task.
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