Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Healthy Choices...

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Satisfying and low fat!

Going lean seems to be as much a movement right now as going green. Counting calories, carbs, grams of fat and sugar are becoming an important part of a healthy lifestyle. With that in mind I asked my team of researchers here at Dirk's Comic Book Corner to examine my comic book diet to make sure I'm making healthy choices. Here's some of the things I learned.

1. The average Super-sized Crossover event contains nearly 16,000 grams of saturated fat, 170,000 calories and nearly two pounds of processed sugars. This would explain why issues one through three of a crossover event provide an initial increase in energy and excitement followed by the inevitable crash and feelings of event fatigue by issues fifteen and sixteen.

Compare this to the healthy choice of a B.P.R.D. six issue mini-series which contains only 12 grams of fat, 150 calories and only 3 grams of sugar. (As an added bonus my experts confirmed that an ectoplasmic character like Johann Kraus contains zero grams of fat!) Not only does a B.P.R.D. mini-series provide an initial lift of energy in issues one through three there is no crash or feelings of event fatigue in issues four through six.

When you read the labels and compare the facts it becomes clear that not only is a six issue B.P.R.D. mini-series a better choice, it is the healthy one too.

But wait, there's more. By choosing the healthy choice there's also room for a delicious Dark Horse one shot! (Always tasty and satisfying.)

If you're like me and looking to start the new year by breaking old habits and creating a healthier lifestyle, there's no better place to begin than by adding a little B.P.RD. to your comic book diet. Trust me, you'll feel better for it.

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