Better driving is dependent on knowing the rules of the road. Your journey toward more nutritious eating also begins with careful navigation. Whether the eats are at a happy hour with co-workers or dining out at a restaurant with family and friends, basic dining detours such as passing on the bread basket or taking the “carpool” approach and splitting a meal with someone at the table can make a big difference.
These simple detours can help you determine a better route to nutritious eating, navigating away from Overload Road to a more pleasant Lean Street - avoiding any unfortunate “crashes” into excess calories, fat or sodium.
Whether you’re dining at the local eatery or just looking for a quick bite at the airport or mall, the Restaurant Road Rules from registered dietitian Carolyn O’Neil can keep you well fueled and in the driver’s seat. (From BestFoodFacts.org)