You don’t need a PhD in nutrition to know it’s impossible to calibrate restaurant dish calorie counts accurately in real world conditions. But that didn’t stop the Journal of the American Medical Association from reporting that nearly 20 percent of restaurant items contain 100 calories more than what restaurants say they do. If JAMA thinks this is a lot of variance, wait until researchers start tracking salt content. Many restaurants have already paid a bundle to determine precise calorie ...
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