Do you east fast food? Do you count calories?
Among the findings of the study, according to USA Today:
• One-fourth of participants underestimated the calories in their meals by at least 500 calories.
• Teens' fast-food orders contained an average of 756 calories, but they underestimated their orders by an average of 259 calories.
• Adults ordered meals containing an average of 836 calories, but they underestimated by 175 calories.
• School-age children got meals that had an average of 733 calories, but their parents' guestimates were 175 calories too low.
Want to know fast food information for the major restaurants?
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What are the 10 worst fast-food items?
ChaCha.com provides a list HERE.