May 23, 2008

When it Comes to Restaurants’ Nutrition Facts, Buyer Beware?

A recent report from a Scripps Television station investigation reveals wide discrepancies between the restaurant’s nutrition facts (calories and fat) and those determined by laboratory nutrition analysis. The investigation took place over 3 months, in 8 cities and on meals mainly from sit down restaurants, such as Chili’s, Applebee’s, and Cheesecake Factory ; and one fast food restaurant, Taco Bell. Some discrepancies were several fold, even on healthier entries. Others were more on target. features 10 Skills 'n Strategies straight from Eat Out, Eat Right

The popular website for online weight management,, features the 10 key skills and strategies for healthier restaurant eating straight from Warshaw's lastest revision of her successful book Eat Out, Eat Right.

Hope provides healthier fast food options for AOL

Hope's healthier fast food picks are featured on AOL