Restaurants add sugar, fat, and salt to everything, and then supersize it to boot!
Writes USA Today:
Many burgers, steaks and pasta entrees are at least twice the government’s definition of a serving, say nutritionists at the consumer group Center for Science in the Public Interest. “The supersized portions are supersizing our bodies,” says Bonnie Liebman, the center’s nutrition director.
When I was bigger, I was a “foodie.” I ate out all the time.
Now I eat canned sardines, have learned to love it, and save a bunch of money as well.