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HEALTHIER THAN ORDERING FOOD OR EATING READY MEALS

Make sure the meal includes plenty of vegetables, but skip the added
butter and sauces. If you get a salad, ask for lite dressing on the side
and use no more than 1 or 2 tablespoons.
● Avoid dishes with high-fat sauces, like cream sauces. Some dishes in
Chinese restaurants can be high in calories because of heavy sauces.
● Choose meals that have whole grains (e.g., brown rice or whole-wheat
pasta) or ask for whole-grain options, like whole-wheat bread for
sandwiches.
● Watch out for high-fat extras like mayo, sour cream, bacon, or cheese.
If your mom is ordering from a restaurant, ask them to hold these. If
the food your mom buys comes prepackaged with these extras,
remove as much as you can.

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