There are 290 calories in 1 hot dog (3.5 oz) of Nathan’s Famous Natural Casing Hot Dog. You’d need to walk 81 minutes to burn 290 calories. Visit CalorieKing to see calorie count and nutrient data for all portion sizes.
The most hot dogs eaten in 10 minutes by a female is 48.5 by Miki Sudo in 2020. Both records were won at Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest held annually on July 4 in Coney Island, New York. The most expensive hot dog is $169 sold by Tokyo Dog in Seattle
- Calories: 314
- Fat: 18.6g
- Sodium: 810mg
- Carbohydrates: 24.3g
- Fiber: 0.8g
- Sugars : 4g
- Protein : 11.4g
The following is a guide to the variety of ingredients that may be found in hot dogs:
- Ascorbic acid/Sodium ascorbate – Also known as Vitamin C, helps speed up the curing reaction between sodium nitrite and the meat.
- Autolyzed Yeast Extract – Flavor enhancer derived from yeast and used to add a savory meaty flavor.
- Beef – Most commonly pieces of meat cut away from steaks or roasts.
How much protein is in Nathan’s hot dog?
Nathan’s hot dog provides 10 grams of protein. Nathan’s pretzel dog has 12 grams of protein and the corn dog on a stick has 7 grams of protein.
Half of the calories in Nathan‘s hot dogs come from fat. Harvard School of Public Health explains that when it comes to health it is not the amount of fat but the type of fat consumed. Saturated fat, especially transfat, has been associated with increased heart disease, cancer and stroke. Because of the saturated fat and transfat in Nathan’s hot dogs, you should limit the number eaten.
Because of the saturated fat and transfat in Nathan’s hot dogs, you should limit the number eaten.
Topping options that add minimal calories include salsa, sauerkraut or red onions. Nathan’s corn dogs and hot dogs wrapped in a pretzel each has 390 calories. To maintain weight, the USDA recommends 2,600 to 3,000 calories per day for a 20 to 30 year old male …
In 2009, Joey Chestnut set the record by eating 68 Nathan’s hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. You will probably want more time to savor one of the all-beef Nathan’s hot dogs.
However, Nathan’s Famous hot dog supplies less than 2 percent of iron’s RDA. People who are limiting their sodium should avoid Nathan’s cheese dog and its 1,440 milligrams of sodium; chili dog with 1,000 milligrams of sodium; and pretzel dog, with 970 milligrams of sodium. The most common nutrient deficiency in the U.S. is iron deficiency.