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Eating out is a treat for many people, and something to be enjoyed. But restaurant meals can sometimes be laden with salt, saturated fat, and substantial calories that may affect health issues such as high blood pressure, weight gain, high cholesterol, and more. When you eat out, it's important to try to make good food choices such as limiting how much you eat and ordering foods that are not overly-processed. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to order healthy foods at restaurants, which foods to avoid, and much more.

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When eating out at restaurants, try to stick at 500 calories for your dinner meal.

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