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Wow I was surprised to not see my favorite vegetarian place on the list. Also surprising was Macaroni Grill, where I ordered a pasta dish that was a total of 1580 cals!!!! I almost died once I found out. I gained 2 stinking pounds with that one dinner. I didn't have any appetizer, or salad, or soup or dessert and I got a water. It was shrimp portofino btw..
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3 of my favs made the top 10!
Have a TERRIFIC day!
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Check out the link at the bottom to find out...also links to the UN-healthiest restaurants.
America’s Healthiest Restaurants
by Tracey Minkin
You work out. You watch what you eat. But you don’t want to have to prepare every meal at home for the sake of your health—nor should you have to. We surveyed chain restaurants and found 10 surprisingly healthy standouts. Hit our top 10 for whole foods, good-for-you fats, even green vegetables on—gasp!—the children’s menu. Read on for the winners, great fast-food options, plus, how to eat out without gaining a pound.
If you’re like us, you eat out more than ever—and, as nice as it is to not have to cook, those meals out can actually feel like work. How do you navigate the minefields of huge portions, hidden fats, and sky-high sodium levels?
You shouldn’t have to resign yourself to paying for restaurant meals with a future cardiac workup. You just need to know where to go to find healthy, fresh food. To that end, we went out into the world of sit-down restaurants, looking to separate the (whole) wheat from the chaff.
Backed by an advisory panel of experts in healthy dining (see Meet Our Experts, we sifted through 43 chains with more than 75 locations across the country and, frankly, were astonished by how many restaurants made no nutritional information available. But judge we did (see How We Ranked the Restaurants), those brave (and progressive) enough to share their numbers. What you hold in your hands are the 10 that stood at the top of the heap.
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