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Most Restaurant Meals Exceed Recommended Calories. American, Chinese and Italian meals average around 1,500 calories, researchers say. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20, 2016 (HealthDay News) Calorie-counters beware: A new study reports that more than nine in 10 U.S. restaurants are serving meals that exceed the recommended calorie limit for a single meal. And that’s just the entree.

Drinks, appetizers and desserts weren’t included. Most U.S. Restaurant Meals Exceed Recommended Calories: Study. American, Chinese and Italian meals average around 1,500 calories, researchers say.

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Learn more about food nutrition with CalorieKing’s comprehensive nutritional database. Work out how many calories, fat and carbohydrates are in your diet. The Classic Meal plan features low-calorie, macro-balanced meals that include 4 ounces of meat or fish, 4 ounces of carbs and 4 ounces of vegetables.

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Many table-service restaurants provide 1000–2000 calories per meal, amounts equivalent to 35–100% of a full day’s energy requirement for most adults [148].

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According to a recent survey, people from the USA obtain one-third of their daily caloric intake from restaurant meals, and one-third of customers of chain restaurants in New York purchased meals containing more than 1000 calories [30].

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An average restaurant meal contains between 1,000 and 2,000 calories, or between 50 per cent and 100 per cent of the total calories you should consume daily.

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Official calorie information provided on product labels and restaurant menus is not always reliable.

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However, more recent studies have shown calorie labels on restaurant menus may impact food choices, especially when recommended daily caloric requirement labels are added (Roberto et al.

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Thus, the FDA’s recommended meal includes around 1,000 cal, approximately half of the average adult person’s total daily recommended caloric intake (2,000–2,500 cal).

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The United States is spending nearly half of food expenditures in meals in restaurants, which tend to be higher in calories and fat.

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One national survey reported that 83% of restaurant diners wanted nutritional information posted.

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This lack of knowledge has been proposed as a justification for nutrition facts labels and, more recently, calorie posting requirements at restaurants (Blaylocket al. 1999).

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The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 (see Chapter 16) recommends that adults keep fat consumption at the lower end of the scale, say, 20 to 30 percent of total calories — 400 to 600 of the calories on a 2,000-calorie/day regimen.

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  • This report is just so stupid….
    NO ONE EATS IT EVERY DAY….
    Who really cares how many Calories there are…
    How many calories are there in a home made hamburger with bun and toppings….oh golly…ABOUT THE SAME….
    How many calories are in mashed potatoes that mom makes….oh golly…oh my…panic…fear…

  • It’s been proven that the FDA guidelines are BS though. Not every person should be eating around 2000 calories a day. Some people should be eating less, some people need a lot more, like athletes. Calculate your own macros, and you’ll be ok.

  • Nothing against fat people you’re beautiful just being confident and yourself. But these foods are so unhealthy coming from a Person who ain’t that healthy. I’m from Africa we tend to have quality healthy food but tasty with a lot of green and stuff but we have burgers and some fat stuff to but…. No wonder America has a high percentage of overweight people omg. I hope people don’t eat to much of stuff like this on daily cuz you’re ending your life.