Health Tip: Dine Out the Healthy Way
(HealthDay News) -- Decadent dishes and hefty portion sizes can
be tempting at a restaurant, but you can enjoy your meal without
derailing a healthy diet.
The American Dietetic Association suggests how to make healthy
choices when dining out:
- Opt for an entree salad or other healthy dish that includes
something from each of the main food groups.
- If choosing a sandwich, top it with fresh vegetables and
low-fat condiments or salad dressings.
- Choose healthy side dishes, such as a baked potato topped with
vegetables, a side salad, or some fruit. Skip the fries.
- Choose low-calorie dishes.
- Eat only a portion of your meal, saving the rest for
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