10 Facts Restaurants Don't Want You to Know
Going out to eat may be fun, but don't expect it to be healthful -- at least, not when restaurants are pulling tricks like these to make you eat (and spend!) more and more
Sometimes, they just lieIn 2008, a class-action lawsuit was brought against Applebee's because the chain was claiming some items on its Weight Watchers menu contained far fewer calories than they actually did. In fact, the foods had twice the amount of calories and eight times the amount of fat. It makes you wonder: Could other restaurants be messing with us when they list "lower calorie" or "lighter fare" options?
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