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The Mickey D’s Blues

So you’ve cut the fast food out of your diet and you’re really trying to make a concerted effort to shed those extra pounds and build up some muscle. Your life is changing, but perhaps you still enjoy dining out with your friends or family and you don’t want to give that up altogether. We understand and we applaud your new choices, but you might want to pause long enough to take a look at Men’s Health Magazine’s list of the worst choices for dining out, so you can stick to the smart ones.

Posted: 12/18/07