(USA TODAY) -- A teen regularly ate bags of snacks such as Hot Cheetos and Takis before stomach pains led to a surgery removing her gallbladder. Now her mom wants such snacks put on notice.
That's according to Memphis, Tennessee's WREG-TV, which spoke to Rene Craighead about her daughter's four-bag-a-week habit involving the ultra-spicy, finger-staining, banned-by-schools snacks. And while spicy snacks aren't tied to gallbladder problems, doctors have blamed the controversial junk foods for kids' stomach issues.
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"She loves them," Rene Craighead said of her daughter, also named Rene. In a report published Thursday, the mother told the station in a report last week that her child "was eating big bags and would take them to school with her."