For me going out is a special treat so most of the time i don't look at the information if its posted the two places that friends and i go have a heart along side the item if its heart healthy. or approved by ww and give the point s that is enough for me. i don't go out that often like i said so if i go over that fine with me silly i know but when you go out maybe every two or three months you just enjoy your self. but for those who want them it would be nice. one dose print the info but its so small you need a magnifying glass to read it.
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Fitness Minutes: (33,773) Posts: 282 10/1/12 12:06 A
I just appreciate that so many restaurants post their nutrition facts online. Some places do a brochure listing their nutrition facts...like Express Pita...which an awesome place to eat by the way...and those places get rave reviews from those of us who keeping track. :)
I think when you go to a nice place for a mean, not a fast food or junket place... that it is expected you are going to have to make wise choices and since the chefs don't cook for people who are watching calories, they usually have a section where there are healthy choices available on the menus... or you go and enjoy yourself having saved up all your calories from the day for this nice, very important special occasion. Putting caloric values on the menu sort takes away from the occasion of actually going to a very nice place for a meal. Now fast food places and corner chain restaurants they could easily do this as they have premeasured all their ingredients and already KNOW what the caloric value is of their menu items.
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Fitness Minutes: (25,005) Posts: 8,589 9/30/12 4:01 P
I think you should at least have the choice of a menu with the nutritional facts listed. I check online for the nutritional facts before I go to a restaurant, but for those times when I eat out and it's not planned the nutritional facts would be very helpful.
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