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The Restaurant Diet

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According to Susan Roberts in a recent Daily Beast post, you know you have "restaurant syndrome" when you 1. Eat out. 2. Eat out too much. 3. Feel bad. 4. Repeat. Roberts, a nutritionist, goes on to say that "the problem with eating out in America today is that it’s making us fat" and offers laughable tips like "accidentally" spilling water on any leftover French fries. In F&W, we offer more practical tips on how to eat out at restaurants and still lose weight from Dorothy Cann Hamilton of Manhattan's French Culinary Institute and food writer Melissa Clark (pictured). And stay tuned for Philly restaurant critic Joy Manning's secrets in our August issue.

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