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7/8/15, KQED Science, Dining Out? Sit-Down Restaurants Not Necessarily Healthier Than Fast Food, by Johanna Varner

“But dining out may be healthy in ways that were not considered in the study. Linda Bacon, a Bay Area-based nutrition researcher and the author of the books “Body Respect” and “Health at Every Size,” says enjoying the food and company matters. “You can’t just reduce food to nutrients,” she says. “We have to take into account a much bigger picture than what people are eating if we really want to understand the effect that food is having on them.””

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