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Eat Out, Eat Right

 
by Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM, Dietitian & Diabetes Educator

 
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by Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD
Dietitian and author of Eat Out, Eat Right


Does your restaurant meal count equal or exceed 6 a week -- the national average? Add them up. Don't forget meals eaten in or taken out, count that cup of java and nibble in the am, grab and eat-on-the-run lunch or afternoon pick me up!

Americans down a third of their calories away from home and fruits, vegetables, low fat dairy foods and grains are often missing in action. True, restaurant meals make eating quick and easy. So, mastering menu minefields will be a key to your weight control success!

Join Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, as she shows you how simple changes and a few tips skim fats and trim calories at Starbucks.

Not-so-Healthy Percs

Vanilla Latte
280 calories, 36g carbs, 11g fat

Iced White Chocolate Mocha (whip)
470 calories, 58g carbs, 22g fat

Tazo Green Tea Latte
260 calories, 41g carbs, 7 g fat

Healthier Picks

Cinnamon Dolce Latte with Sugar-Free Syrup
180 calories, 18g carbs, 6g fat

Espresso Frappuccino Blended Coffee
190 calories, 38g carbs, 2.5g fat

Tazo Green Shaken Iced Tea Lemonade
130 calories, 33g carbhydrate, 0g fat

*Nutrititon information from www.starbucks.com. All items are "grande." Not-so-Healthy are made with whole milk; Healthier Choices are made with 2% milk.

Tricks 'N Tips to Eat Right at Starbucks

- Lighten up on the fat content in your whitener (from half and half to whole milk). Let your palate aclimate and lighten up more (from a mix of whole and fat-free milk).

- Switch to sugar-free syrup to save about 80 calories per grande portion. Choose pink, yellow or blue (a low calorie sweetener) instead of white (sugar).

- Check out the Frappuccino Light menu - choices have about half the calories of their regular cousins.

- Craving an indulgent drink? Apply portion control. Choose "tall" (12 ounces) rather than "grande" (16 ounces) or "venti" (20 ounces).

Click here to buy a copy of Eat Out, Eat Right





@ 12:31am ET on May 31, 2011
Thanks a ton for this! Glad to know my fav Starbucks drink (frappicino) is a healthy pick!

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