Homemade popcorn, that the only thing added to it is original ballpark style popcorn salt, Orangish yellow salt.. I don't pour a lot of it, just I guess would be considered an average amount of salt on. Obviously its not as healthy as plain popcorn, but is it healthier than buttered popcorn?
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According to the first link below, there are no calories in one serving of the salt (1/4 tsp), but like any salt there's a decent amount of sodium. Depending on the brand, there's about 30 calories per 1 cup of popcorn, so if you eat 2 cups, no butter, that's a pretty darn good snack. About the only thing is you want to watch the salt, especially if you have any cholesterol issues.
For the salt's Nutrition Facts: link
For more info on popcorn in general check out this site: link1