Review ties out-of-home foods to higher calorie, fat consumption

12/5/2011 |

Eating out-of-home meals was tied to increased energy intake, especially among adolescents and young adults, higher fat content in diets and reduced consumption of micronutrients including vitamin C, calcium and iron, an analysis of 29 studies in Obesity Reviews showed.

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