5 Foods to Fuel Your Cold-weather Workout


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Do Nutrition Labels on Restaurant Menus Trim Down Calorie Consumption?

Do Nutrition Labels on Restaurant Menus Trim Down Calorie Consumption?

HowStuffWorks explores whether posting calories on the menu helps consumers make better food choices.


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