New Ways to Eat Less When You Eat Out

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers at Texas Christian University are looking for new ways to get people to eat less at restaurants.

They found displaying the amount of exercise needed to burn calories was effective.

For example, the minutes of brisk walking needed to burn off calories were listed next to menu items.

Many restaurants display calorie information, but most studies show that information does not usually lead to consumers ordering fewer calories.

 

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