Sodium in 1 restaurant meal tops recommended daily intake – Health – CBC News

8 January 2014
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Restaurant meals for adults at full-service chains topped the daily recommended levels for sodium by 153 per cent on average and many meals provided an entire day’s calories, a new U.S. study finds.

Consumers tend to see full-service restaurants as better in quality and healthfulness compared with fast-food restaurants, but previous studies suggest that full-service eateries serve oversized portions and foods of low nutritional quality.

Sodium in 1 restaurant meal tops recommended daily intake – Health – CBC News.

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