Reaching 2000 Calories Quicker Than Expected

We all know that 2000 calories is the recommended daily allowance for calories, but how well do we know what 2000 calories actually looks like. While the goal is to spread those calories across three meals and maybe a snack, the reality is likely more frightening than expected, especially for those who dine out often. The New York Times took to photographing what 2000 calories looks like at some of America’s favorite places to eat. While some restaurants do well, giving us multiple meals, other are truly cringeworthy, packing the whole 2000 into single items. Find the article and photo gallery attached.


Read More – What 2,000 Calories Look Like? (The New York Times, Josh Barro, Troy Griggs, David Leonhardt, Claire Cain Miller and Tony Cenicola)

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Originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland, Millan is a senior at the George Washington University studying Biological Anthropology.


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