It really is a shame: Some of the best-tasting foods are actually some of the worst in terms of fat and calories. But it can be hard to avoid them, especially in places-like malls - where nutrition information usually isn't available.
Not to worry. Our friends at Health.com have come to the rescue. Take a look at their list of foods you should skip -or pick - at a mall, restaurant, or grocery store.
Note: A 2,000-calorie-a-day diet should have no more than 66 grams of fat, less than 20 grams saturated; 2,400 milligrams of sodium; and 300 grams of total carbohydrate, including sugars.