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Research Shows Non-Chain Restaurants Serve Excessive Calorie Meals, Making Appetite Suppressants Like Liproxenol Helpful With Maintaining Portion Control
Date:5/30/2013

Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

Some people choose restaurants based on the size of portions they serve. However, researchers have found that the majority of non-chain restaurants may be serving up almost enough to cover a person’s daily caloric requirement in that one meal, making appetite suppressants like Liproxenol beneficial for portion control when the establishment serves too much food.

In a study published May 13, 2013 by JAMA Internal Medicine, it states that more than 50% of the restaurants across the U.S. do not list the calorie information about their food. These are primarily non-chain or independent eateries as most chain restaurants do display their nutritional information on their menu.

The researchers looked at 157 different meals from these types of eateries. They were comprised of 42 of the most popular meals across 9 regular menu categories. And, they were all available from independent food businesses within a 15 mile radius of the downtown Boston, Massachusetts area.

What they found is that the average meal contained 1327 calories, which is two-thirds of a person’s daily caloric requirement. Of those, 7.6% had high enough calorie counts to cover 100% of a person’s recommended intake. Also, their average meal calories were 49% higher than in some of the larger chain establishments.

This study suggests that eating at places that don’t display the calorie content of their food will likely result in more calories being presented in the meal. Therefore, appetite control supplements such as Liproxenol may assist individuals with maintaining proper portion control when the restaurant establishments put excessive amounts of food on the plate they place in front of their patrons.

Liproxenol is a weight loss supplement that contains all natural ingredients such as green tea, vitamin B6, cayenne powder and dandelion root. It was created by Liproxenol Nutraceuticals to increase metabolism, decrease appetite and burn excess fat.

About Liproxenol Nutraceuticals:

Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is recognized as an industry leader in the fields of health, wellness and better living. The company's products are enjoyed by customers around the world and are among a new class of supplements that are not only effective but also safe and made from 100% all-natural ingredients. Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is based in Australia and the USA.

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