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Why Fast Food Might Not Be Worse Than Restaurant Meals

Contrary to the stereotype, diners consume less salt and cholesterol with fast food meals than they do with meals at full-service restaurants, according to a new study.

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Contrary to the stereotype, diners consume less salt and cholesterol with fast food meals than they do with meals at full-service restaurants, according to a new study. But the best way to avoid excess and the health problems that come with it is to eat at home, the study's authors recommend. (U.S. News & World Report)

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