Healthy Eating: Eat Smart When Dining Out — 20 Tips | Reader’s Digest

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Whether you’re dining out at a major national chain or a locally owned family restaurant, following a few of these tips can guarantee you a pleasant dinner (or lunch) out without busting your health goals! Some great healthy eating tips:

  • Ask your waiter to “triple the vegetables, please.”
    Ask for three or four times the normal serving of veggies, and offer to pay extra.
  • Beware of the low-carb options
    Low carb does not mean low fat or low calories. (A low carb diet limits consumption of grains, starchy vegetables and fruits, but you are encouraged to eat more meat, eggs and dairy which can add excess saturated fats to your diet).
  • Order a healthy salad
    Diners who ate a big veggie salad before the main course ate less.
  • Read between the lines
    Avoid anything creamy, breaded, crisp, sauced, or stuffed on the menu. It is likely loaded with hidden fats!
  • Drink water throughout the meal
    Drinking water will slow you down and let the message get to your brain that you’re full — before your plate is empty.

Try this weight loss tip every morning.

righteatinghabits.com‘s insight:

Another tip: Drink a glass of warm lemon water or lemon juice before a heavy meal can improve digestion of fats.

 

© Teresa Cheong, RightEatingHabits.com

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