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Eating is an incredibly social activity and I would imagine that most people meet friends out for food decently often. However, it’s worth keeping in mind that many restaurants serve processed foods which have been shown to reduce diet-induced energy expenditure for several hours following a meal. If your goal is to lose weight and you’re planning on eating out several times over a period of a few days, you might want to plan on consuming extra protein or getting some extra time in the gym to make up for this loss of energy expenditure.
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