Almost ALL meals in American restaurants are bad for you as researchers warn dining out is a 'recipe for unhealthy eating"

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Less than 0.1 percent of meals eaten in American restaurants are good for you, a study has warned. Researchers analysed the food choices of more than 35,000 people who ate out regularly between 2003 and 2016. Half of the meals eaten at restaurants with table service were of poor nutritional value, and almost none reached 'ideal quality'. The researchers said this was a concern because restaurant meals accounted for a fifth of Americans' total calorie intake, and fast-food accounted for 12 percent.   

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