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Why so many calories?

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Sometimes you have to eat out. So you choose a healthier option. Then you enter it into your food log and realize you could've eaten half to two-thirds as many calories by eating junk. Sure, you can look up nutrition info before you buy, but how do you choose between healthier and lower calorie? I don't skimp on things where nutrition is lost along with the calories, but when those calories are huge?

Why does a chicken teriyaki bowl have to have nearly 700 calories?
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  • DJ4HEALTH
    It is all that hidden sugar that they put in it.
    1014 days ago
  • GOLFGMA
    I can certainly relate to that! emoticon
    1014 days ago
  • ROBBIEY
    I feel your pain!!! Some days I eat less calories consuming junk than I do eating a salad with dressing and grilled chicken.
    1014 days ago
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