Customers can make fast-food combo meals healthier

08:20 EDT 26 Aug 2019 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Combination meals in U.S. fast food and fast casual restaurants have lots of calories, saturated fat, sugar and sodium, but customers can make the meals healthier by substituting drinks and toppings, researchers say.

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