Restaurant Calorie Bombs

2 May

Restaurant meals may contain more than a day’s worth of calories (without drinks, appetizers, sides, and desserts, says a Tufts University analysis of 364 independent and small-chain dining spots. The highest calorie eateries were Italian (1,556 per meal, on average), Chinese (1,478), and those serving American style cheeseburgers and rib-eye steaks (1,451).  Greek, Japanese, and Vietnamese meals averaged 984 calories or fewer.

Source: Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, online, Jan.19, 2016 Consumer Report on Health  May 2016

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