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Seven Ways To Cut Down On Pizza Calories

“Let’s order pizza.”  Have you heard those words recently?  Have you had “a slice” recently?  Take comfort that you fit the stats: American men, women, and children eat, on average 46 slices of pizza a year. 94% of Americans eat pizza regularly In the US, 61% prefer regular thin crust, 14% prefer deep-dish, and 11% […]

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Leftover Dilemma: Can I Eat It Or Should I Toss It?

You know the feeling:  you’re standing in front of your open refrigerator. There’s a mess of containers in there. Move ‘em around. Discovery: A mystery plastic container all the way in the back; a couple of Chinese food take-out containers; some oddly shaped tin-foil packages. Don’t you wonder what’s in them? With some trepidation you […]

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Do You Eat Out As Much As The Average Person In The US?

The average adult in the US eats 4.8 meals in restaurants each week. An online survey of 4000 consumers’ behavior found: The most popular restaurant meal is lunch 2.6 lunch meals are eaten out, on average, each week The lunch meals are both take-out and restaurant dining 1.4 sit down dinners each week are in […]

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Is Chinese Food Diet Friendly Or A Diet Buster? Nine Tips To Help You Make Good Choices

Chinese take-out can be a friend to your diet – or the devil in disguise.  Commercial Chinese food – or what you usually get for take-out – can be extremely high in fat (a caloric nightmare) and very high in sodium (a water retention nightmare).  And then there’s portion size:  those little white boxes hold […]

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