8. Don’t indulge at mediocre restaurants
Let’s say you land at a cheesy chain restaurant with new co-workers. Or maybe a client chooses a lunch spot that you know has blah food. In these situations, opt for the healthiest menu option available rather than ordering something that sounds delicious but probably won’t be. For instance, the smothered steak sandwich or a creamy pasta dish might look enticing, but you’ll likely be underwhelmed by the flavor—and you’ll have consumed an insane amount of calories in the process. Instead, go for the plain grilled chicken breast or ask if they can turn the garden salad into a full-size portion. Save the decadent stuff for reputable restaurants and places you already frequent and know will not disappoint.
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