Menus with calorie count, exercise miles lead to better choices

12/23/2012 | Medical News Today

A study in the journal Appetite found participants who used fast-food menus that indicated the calorie content of meals and the number of miles of walking required to burn them off consumed fewer calories than those who ordered food from menus that included only information on calorie content, calories plus minutes of walking required or menus without any nutritional information.

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