Can You Trust the Calorie Counts on Reduced-calorie Foods?

Tufts University researchers analyzed the caloric content of 29 chain-restaurant dishes and 10 frozen dinners--each one claiming to be a reduced-calorie option. The numbers varied widely, but on average the restaurant items contained 18% more calories than stated, and the frozen dinners 8% more. A few items contained as much as twice the number of…

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