An Oxymoronic Task? Finding the 'Best' Fast Foods

Welland, Diane
October 2002
Environmental Nutrition;Oct2002, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p5
Presents tips on how to choose low-fat menu items in U.S. fast food restaurants.


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