The Damage Done By Dining Out

If you’re like most people, you probably dine out at restaurants 4 or 5 times each week. Those are the numbers aLivingSocial Dining Out Survey reported recently. Factor in an estimate made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that adds 2 pounds per year for each additional meal eaten outside of your home’s kitchen, and you’ve got a weighty issue.

True Strength Moment: People who travel a lot don’t always have the option of preparing their own meals, but there are things you can do to keep restaurant food from adding too much flab to your frame. Don’t order fried foods, minimize the sauces and high-fat dressing, and keep portion size under control using visual cues. An amount between a deck of cards and your clenched fist is a sensibly sized portion.

Via @Team_ON


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