Date Uploaded: 25/10/2012
Whether we go out to eat for convenience on busy work days, weeknights or to celebrate with friends on special occasions, dining at restaurants is a favorite pastime. Unfortunately, it's not always the healthiest practice. Dr. Reham Safwat, discusses healthful strategies to keep in mind the next time you go to a restaurant. A salad plate is rich in fiber therefore it helps in the metabolism of fat. Dr. Reham advises to avoid big food portions and fried food especially when dining out. She also advises to avoid sugary beverages such sodas and even sweetened cocktails and to replace it by fresh juices.
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