Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Chilis Restaurant Nutrition
+ Bookmark › Share
Search posts:

Chilis Restaurant Nutrition - Articles

Restaurant Nutrition Facts? - No Joke! by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:30pm Hey! Happy April Fools! I’ve managed not to get pranked today by any of my clients so hopefully it stays that way. In other news I was reading a pretty good article the other day, where the article talked about people making healthier food choices if the restaurants provided them with nutritional data of the meal. Personally I think ... Read on »
Restaurant chains will now show nutritional information! by Erin W. Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 12:00am According to, restaurant chains will now show nutritional information due to the new healh care reform! I’m so excited about this.  FINALLY, we can make healthier choices when on the go.  “There are 540 calories in a Big Mac and 670 calories in a Whopper. Nutritional information will be unavoidable when customers step up to ... Read on »
2011 Restaurant Trends: Nutrition, Grits and Farming Chefs by Robert Davis Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Dec 2010 12:07am If you like finding local farm food at your favorite eatery, rejoice: Locally sourced produce, meats, seafood and dairy products are expected to fill more restaurant menus in the new year. That's one of several trends food experts are predicting for 2011. Restaurants are taking eating local trend further by creating their own gardens ... Read on »
Restaurant nutrition under att ... by John R. Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 3:50am Restaurant nutrition under attack from Mrs. Obama What makes Mrs Obama an authority on nutrition? Does going to bed with the President give an automatic transfusion of wisdom? After wrapping her arms around the retail giant Wal-Mart and trying to cajole food makers into producing nutrition labels that are easier to understand, Michelle O ... Read on »
Top restaurants failing to serve nutritional food to American youth (Photos) by Ellice Campbell Posted Tue 09 Apr 2013 3:53pm Today, the Center for Science in the Public Interest released their latest report giving America ‘s top chain restaurants poor marks in nutrition when considering available children’s meal options. The non-profit group … Get the whole story, The latest in Holistic Health from Enlightened Lotus Wellness Founder, Ellice Campbell, Arapahoe Co ... Read on »
Does Chili’s Have Weight Watchers Friendly Options? by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 05 Apr 2012 1:23am Does Chili’s have Weight Watchers friendly options? Does Chili's Have Weight Watchers Friendly Options? That’s the first thing that popped into my head when my Mom said that she wanted to go there for lunch today. It’s not a place I visit very often. The last time I ate at Chili’s was with her in Florida last fall when my ... Read on »
Restaurants and Food Allergies - Places We Eat, Places We Don't, Places We Wish We Could by Jennifer O. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:37pm 1 Comment Over the weekend my husband Mick asked the repeated question he frequently ask..."Is there anywhere else we can possibly eat besides McDonalds. AGAIN!!" Dining out with food allergies, and especially life threatening peanut allergies is a tricky proposition. I knew I had all sorts of random information on my computer about eating out with food al ... Read on »
Healthy Dining Restaurant of the Month: Moe's Southwest Grill by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 06 Jan 2010 10:27am By Pamela Ofstein Director of Nutrition Services We know you won't always have time to prepare a proper lunch or cook up a healthy dinner, so we're going to make eating right anywhere much easier. eDiets has teamed up with Healthy Dining Finder to bring you the best meals at your favorite restaurants each month. When it comes to fresh, So ... Read on »
Restaurant Review: Amiya Restaurant (Downtown Jersey City, NJ... Exchange Place) by honeywhatscooking Facebook Posted Sat 16 Apr 2011 11:54pm When I dine at restaurants with my husband he gets a bit ticked off when I take pictures of the restaurant and food, and then I proceed to enlighten him, "I am a food blogger, DUH!"  He seems to think I use him for my blog so I can get a restaurant review out of it... LOL... WHATEVER, I OBJECT!  I've always been into eating out waaaaaaa ... Read on »
Question of the week: Which is better, frozen dinners or restaurant food? by michnutrish Posted Thu 15 Apr 2010 8:03pm One of my readers sent the following question, "Since I live alone, I rarely cook (if ever). I have type 2 diabetes and I'm wondering which is better... eating frozen dinners or restaurant food? Thank you for your help." The answer is, it depends. Check the nutritional information on the frozen dinners you are eating and see if t ... Read on »