It is interesting that you referred to the "Heart Attack Special". I have to assume that you are aware of the astronomically high fat content of most bolognas.
For years, our faculty cafeteria featured fried bologna & cheese sandwiches as one of the offerings. This was a really polarizing menu item, as the male physical education teachers were the only consumers of them, and everyone else avoided these high-fat specials in favor of the tuna subs, cabbage & noodles, lentil soup, and other home-made specials that were prepared only for the faculty and staff.
Over a period of about 10 years, every single one of those male phys. ed. teachers had to have bypass surgery, and several are now dead from their first, second or third heart attack. The bulk of the faculty who avoided the fried bologna & cheese sandwiches are still alive and healthy. While this is certainly not a scientific study, the results of consuming certain items in that cafeteria were very obvious to anyone who observed the goings-on.
Well, what should one expect from stupid phys ed teachers? For that matter, what should one expect from teachers willing to eat tuna subs and cabbage and noodles? I’ll take the fried bologna and health problems over tuna subs and cabbage and noodles any day.