Teens underestimate calorie content in fast food, survey finds

10/4/2011 | USA Today

A survey of 547 people ages 11 to 20 found that 80% underestimate the calories found in meals they order at fast-food chains. People who order meals with 1,000 calories underestimate the content by an average of 350 calories, researchers said at an Obesity Society meeting.

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