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Eat Out? But Eat Healthy

People wait! Don’t eat that. It’s not good to eat that fast food. Consumers need to know that they can make better healthier choices when eating out. There are three points that should be covered to let people know what they should do to better themselves. Three of these topics include: a selection of healthier choices, when eating out choosing the smaller portion, and the kinds of places that do offer a healthier style of eating out.

One thing people need to know and should do is start making healthier choices. One example would be instead of mayonnaise or oil why not use salsa or mustard. It still offers plenty of flavors and doesn’t contain as much fat. How bout ordering a baked, broiled, or grilled chicken and/or even a steak instead of fried food. That’s a good choice to make when ordering food when eating out. When making these choices one feeling that must be fought is temptation. Temptation is a feeling that must be controlled when making choices to order veggies instead of fries or dropping the fried chicken for a grilled chicken sandwich. In order to make these wise healthy choices that feeling of temptation must be fought.

With temptation does come desire, and that is to eat at a fast food restaurant. People love fast food because of its convenience and the way it makes its consumers feel. How do people make healthy choices at a fast food place? Fast food places may not be healthy, but one way people can help themselves is eating smaller portions. People might say that its not filling and wont make them feel full. According to Teens Health from the website

Watch your portion sizes. The portion sizes of American foods have increased over the past few decades so that we are now eating way more than we need. The average size of a hamburger in the 1950’s was just 1.5 ounces, compared to our “supersize” version weighing in at 8 ounces today.

With this in mind how is it that people back in the 50’s ate little portions and were still satisfied? Today, there



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