We tend to believe that homemade food is healthier than go eat at a fast food place, but what about the other restaurants? Are they healthier than the fast foods? Is it better to prepare food at home? Let’s see some findings of an American study conducted on this issue, and review some advantages and disadvantages of eating out.
Eating out is more caloric
According to one study by the University of Illinois, eating out, whether in traditional restaurants or fast food means eating average about 200 calories more than if you eat at home. When we compared to the article where relationships calories and lowering and lifting weight, eat 40 times out fat one kilogram involve more (or lose a kilogram less) than if those meals had been done at home. It may seem little, but if you go 3 or 4 times a month to the restaurant, after 10 years could have 10 kilos more. Read more