A lot of people think that looking at the calorie counts posted by food chains is a smart way to order the healthiest dish when dining out.
However, a new study by Tufts University nutrition researchers shows that nearly one out of five restaurant dishes has at least 100 calories more than what the restaurants state on their websites.
The underestimated foods came from several restaurant chains, including Chipotle Mexican Grill, Olive Garden, Boston Market and Outback Steak House.
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