"Loaded up hotdogs often come with loads of extra fat, calories and carbs. Instead of a frank, try slipping a banana in that bun! Add onions, relish, and spicy mustard for a fresh, healthy take on a classic summer treat!"
A huge, often hilarious part of magazines like these is the really terrible food advice they give. They're always telling you how to save a few calories by omitting something or replacing it with this or that. Some of it is pretty legit (Greek yogurt instead of sour cream/mayo, cottage cheese in your scrambled eggs, it sounds gross, try it, it's amazing!), but most of it is terrible and awful. Like, instead of dressing, even instead of something sensible like 30 calorie balsamic vinaigrette dressing on my salad, you think I should just add a spritz of lemon juice? Get out of my house.
I've been eating a lot, like, honestly, a ton of hotdogs lately and as I was cooking up one today for my afternoon snack I thought about what Women's Health magazine might write about hotdogs, like in their special "Skinny Barbeque!" feature. Ew. Just give me a hotdog.