We all enjoy eating out . . . but is it good for us?

When you eat at a restaurant, you must become a "Selective Eater."  

It is important to make sure you tell your server that you are a 'Selective Eater'.  Any restaurant will serve you what you want, the way you want it, you just have to speak up and make the healthy choices.

Some basic rules:

• If it 'moos', don't eat it.

  1. Avoid heavy creams, flour, table salt (use sea salt only), excessive butter or olive oil.

  1. Absolutely NO BREAD (see my blog article "Everyday Dietary Dangers")

  1. Lastly, if you find your 'server' doesn't want to accommodate you,

  you could tell them because of your 'medical condition' you have to eat

  this way . . . that should get their attention, and ensure you don't get

  unwanted ingredients.

Eating Out

. . . and don’t forget to drink plenty of water!

Beverly Hills, California

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