Who knew that a Belgian waffle is the dietary equivalent of two sirloin steaks? Or that a serving of fettuccine Alfredo contains as much artery-clogging saturated fat as two and a half pints of butter pecan ice cream? This book contains crystal-clear nutrition facts concerning restaurant food - the calorie, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium content of hundreds of the most commonly ordered dishes from our favorite restaurants and chains. And, on the bright side, strategies for ordering wisely by cuisine and tips to make 'dining well' synonymous with 'eating healthfully'.
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