Dining out has become the new way of living for many Americans. If in the past, it was a once-a-week splurge, it has now become a once-a-day habit. In the year 2016 alone, the restaurant industry in the United States received a revenue of $720 billion. It means people are roughly spending $1.97 billion per day at restaurants.
Convenience and togetherness with friends or family prompt many people to eat out and truly enjoy the occasion. However, a stigma surrounds restaurants and people who regularly eat at them. After all, eating out is commonly cited as one of the major causes of obesity and even malnutrition in the U.S. Apparently, overweight people believe that they must avoid eating at restaurants in order to lose weight. The truth is that you can still enjoy food and bond with friends or family by eating out at restaurants. You only need to know how. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2vIuz2k