Dietitians Say These 12 Restaurant Meals Are Surprisingly High in Salt

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Chili’s Texas Dry Rub Full-Order Ribs

This is a good dish to split with a few people. Besides the massive sodium content, which Largeman-Roth says must come from the dry rub, no one needs to sit and eat almost 99 grams of protein in one sitting.

“Your body can only metabolize about 30 grams at a time anyway, so split this with friends,” she explains. “This is a great example of something that could be made much healthier at home—really anything is healthier when you make it at home.”

Nutrition info: 1,480 calories, 107 g fat (41 g saturated fat), 5,120 mg sodium, 30 g carbohydrate (3 g fiber, 24 g sugar), 99 g protein

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