When eating out, zero in on certain words on a restaurant menu: Anything breaded, fried, crusted, smothered, or creamed will likely be higher in fat than something that is grilled, broiled, or sautéed. Cut down on the condiments and toppings as well—e.g., hold the mayo and don’t ask for extra cheese. Of course, these things are much easier to accomplish when eating at home.
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