Fast-food meals have more calories than many U.S. diners think

05/23/2013 | USA Today

One-fourth of about 3,400 adults, teens and parents of school-age children underestimated the calorie content of the meals they ordered in fast-food restaurants by at least 500 calories, according to a study in BMJ. Teen diners underestimated the number of calories found in their meals by an average of 259 calories, while parents' estimated calorie count of their children's meals fell short by 175 calories.

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