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What's Your "Lite" Meal Hiding?
Diet-busting calories, that's what. Many contain an average of 18% more than restaurant menus claim, report Tufts University researchers who analyzed the calorie content of 29 dishes promoted as "healthy" on national sit-down and fast-food menus. If you eat out 3 times a week, the following could pack on a 4-pound weight gain in a year:
Watch for thicker cuts of meat and extra veggies--even the calories in healthy foods can add up.
If your serving looks oversize, save half the meal before you start, or leave a few bites on your plate.
Hoping to boost flavor, chefs may add more oil, butter cream, or sugar than the recipe calls for.
Ask for sauces and dressings on the side, and use them sparingly.
Oily french fries and mayo-packed pasta salads often contain more calories than the dish you ordered.
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