As health savvy editors who've been around longer than we'll admit, we definitely don't operate under the delusion that dining out is a nutritionally sound idea—but even we weren't prepared for the recent findings about calorie counts at American restaurants: Per a new study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, nearly all restaurant entrées—no matter the type of cuisine—pack more calories than you should eat in a meal, and some contain close to what you should eat in a day! (Take back control of your eating—and lose weight in the process—with our 21-Day Challenge!)
In the spring, birch tree pollen is likely to blame for your sore throat and congestion, and, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, eating foods that contain similar proteins may confuse the immune system and lead to similar symptoms. Celery is a common culprit for aggravating birch pollen allergies, so cross it off the grocery list temporarily. However, sugar snap peas are available right now, which are a delicious raw snack.
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