Finding healthier alternatives to your favorite dishes will help you save calories, fat, and sodium.
Going out to eat is fun and festive but that doesn’t mean you should let loose and order all the food, right? Of course, there are times to indulge, but studies show that eating out–whether it’s at a restaurant, fast-casual outpost, or a fast food joint–leads to a greater daily intake of calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium. Rest assured, though, that if you arm yourself with a few simple strategies, you can build a more well-balanced meal with all the eating joy–just fewer calories.
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