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If you are eating out or having take-away food, you may be able to chose healthier options on the menu.
Fast food is usually high in energy and fat. If you eat a lot of fast food, it’s a good idea to cut down. Last-minute decisions about what to eat often result in buying fast food and take-aways, so try to plan healthy meals and snacks in advance.
If you are having take-away food or dining out, look for the healthier food options on the menu. Restaurants should be happy to help you choose healthier options by letting you know about the ingredients in their meals and by offering smaller portion sizes|.
Content last reviewed: 1 April 2011
Next planned review: 2013
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