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5 Tips For Ordering a Healthier Meal Next Time You Go Out to Eat

As a trainer and Pilates instructor, I am always encouraging clients to eat at home as often as possible - mostly because people tend to indulge at restaurants and consume more calories than they intended! So how do you eat out and still stick to your weight-loss goals? With the help of some experts, I've gathered five tips for a healthier, but still satisfying, dining experience.
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