May 2011 Issue
Mexican Restaurant Fiesta: Say Adios to Sodium and Fat
Mexican restaurants sure draw a crowd: Colorful decorations, fun music and, of course, delicious food—what’s not to like? In fact, Mexican foods, from tacos to enchiladas, are so popular that they’ve even entered the realm of American comfort food. But is this spicy, often cheesy fare wreaking havoc with our waistlines, and cholesterol and blood pressure levels?
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