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Infographic: How to Order a Healthy Sushi Meal

Kirstin Fawcett
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We hate to break it to dieters, but one serving of sushi can contain more calories than a McDonald’s Big Mac and fries. The Japanese dish is healthy in its traditional form, but many American restaurants add fattening ingredients or fry fish-and-rice rolls into crunchy, calorie-laden morsels.

Love Japanese-inspired food, but trying to stay fit? Take a cue from this infographic by the Cleveland Clinic, which advises sushi aficionados on how to order a delicious, satisfying—and yes, healthy—sushi dinner off any menu. 

[h/t Cleveland Clinic]

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