Nutritional Labels Affect Diners' Menu Choices

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A new study reveals people tend to eat fewer calories when nutritional information is posted on menu boards.

The study by the New York City health department found that people bought 106 fewer calories at lunch than those who didn't see or use the calorie information.

USA Today reports researchers also found the overall calories purchased have fallen at nine restaurant chains over the last two years - mainly McDonalds, KFC and Starbucks.

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