Philadelphia diners do consider calorie counts, study says

11/19/2013 | RedOrbit

In contrast to other recent studies, new research shows patrons at dine-in eateries in the Philadelphia area do make healthier choices when calorie counts and other nutritional information are posted on the menu. Customers at restaurants that post the data ordered an average of 151 fewer calories than patrons at eateries that don't post the information, and those who said they used the labels when ordering cut their calories by about 400, according to the study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

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