Teams of chefs from New York hospitals were monitored by dietitians as they competed to create original dishes that met nutritional guidelines limiting them to 500 calories, 600 milligrams of sodium and 15 grams of fat. Michael Kiley, director of food services at Glen Cove Hospital, said health care "gets a bad rap" on food, and that the competition was a chance to show that hospitals can create healthy food comparable with restaurant fare.
New York hospital chefs compete to create healthy dishes
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