How Does Eating Out Frequently Compare to Home Cooked Meals?


Women who reported eating out at least six times a week consumed more calories, fat and sodium than women who ate out less often. However, those who frequented the restaurants didn’t acquire more calcium or fiber with those extra calories.

Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 99: 442, 1999.

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