RDs keep calorie counts in mind when ordering restaurant food

05/22/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Registered dietitian Julie Upton writes that when she eats at chain restaurants, she tries to keep her meal under 500 calories, while making sure it includes protein, fiber or vegetables. Upton writes that the good news is that most restaurant chains are listing calorie content on menus and will customize orders so fattening add-ons can be excluded. She cites other RDs who shared their go-to meals at fast-food chains.

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