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Boston-Market.jpgA new study says that restaurant chains' posted nutrition information often lowball the calorie counts. Researchers at Tufts University found that nearly 20 percent of the items on chain menus have at least 100 more calories than what's stated on the restaurant's website. One side order of chips and salsa was more than 1,000 calories above the listed amount. [CNN]

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