Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Worst Holiday Entrée
Prime Rib
750 calories
45 g fat
The only thing prime about the prime rib is the price you pay for eating it. This coveted holiday cut comes from one of the fattiest parts of the cow, which explains the thick rim of greasy stuff you must saw through to get to the meat. In fact, you can pretty much guarantee that any time you see the word “prime” on a menu, you’ll be ordering an extra 50 to 100 calories over the next dish, easily. Beef tenderloin is just as tasty with just a small fraction of the calories and fat.

Eat This Instead!
Beef Tenderloin

165 calories
7 g fat (3 g saturated)

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