Menu Magic: 7 Strategies for Dining Out Healthfully

Welland, Diane
May 2008
Environmental Nutrition;May2008, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p2
The article provides strategies for a healthful dine out. First is to commit to a healthy dine out and to ask for a child's portion or half-size portion of a meal. Order water, seltzer or unsweetened tea instead of coffee drinks, soda and sweetened fruit teas. It is also important to avoid high-fat ingredients like cheese, butter and fatty meats.


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