Dietitian offers tips for healthy eating at restaurants

02/1/2013 | CNN

Eating a restaurant meal adds about 135 calories to the average adult's diet, the U.S. Agriculture Department says, but registered dietitian Marisa Moore says being the first person at the table to order and selecting a healthy meal can set the tone for everyone else. Moore's other tips for eating healthy when dining out include limiting portions; choosing grilled, steamed or broiled foods rather than fried; asking for healthy substitutions; eating slowly; and watching out for calories in drink form.

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