Oprah.com: 4 Unhealthy Restaurant Practices – Exposed!

A recent health article on Oprah.com revealed some pretty gross facts about restaurants. Check out a few of them here and go to the link for more info!

1. Restaurant lemons are FILTHY. Avoid letting the peel touch your food or drink!

This image shows a whole and a cut lemon.

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2. A dirty bathroom likely means a dirty kitchen! Before you order from a new restaurant, you might want to check out the bathroom first.

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3. Buffets are a germ breeding ground. Dr. Oz suggests going to a buffet as early as possible so that you’re not eating food that’s been sitting out all day.

A Chinese buffet restaurant in the United Stat...

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4. The veal on the menu is often pork. I was pretty shocked by this one. If you want to order the veal, Dr. Oz suggests asking that it not be breaded– that way you’ll know what you’re getting.

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Check out the other shocking secrets on Oprah.com & remember to beware when eating out!

Happy clean eating,


About ChicFitChef

My "deserted island" checklist: a BCBG dress, a healthy & diabetic-friendly meal and a few workout DVDs. ;-)
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3 Responses to Oprah.com: 4 Unhealthy Restaurant Practices – Exposed!

  1. ChicFitChef says:

    Agreed! Glad to pass them along! -CFC

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