Dietitians, chefs cite pitfalls for those dining out

11/16/2012 | Health.com

Dietitians and restaurant chefs say people make seven big mistakes when dining out, including overdoing it on olive oil for dipping breads and believing appetizers on small plates are not loaded with calories. They say diners can create their own salads to avoid fattening add-ons and ask that vegetables be served plain.

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