PHOTOS: Avoiding restaurant 'Calorie Bombs'

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Good Morning America had the latest installment of &#39;Eat it or Beat it&#39; on Tuesday morning, showing you some ways to avoid &#39;calorie bombs&#39; at your favorite restaurants.</span></div>
Good Morning America had the latest installment of 'Eat It to Beat It' on Tuesday morning, showing you some ways to avoid 'calorie bombs' at your favorite restaurants.

ABC News Health and Wellness Editor David Zinczenko was back on "Good Morning America" to help host the segment.

He is the author of "Eat It to Beat It!"

ABC News Health and Wellness Editor David Zinczenko was back on Good Morning America to help host the segment. He is the author of "Eat It to Beat It!"



Zinczenko cited a U.S. Goverment study, pointing out Americans eat 65,000 additional calories, the equivalent of 413 bags of potato chips.

Zinczenko cited a U.S. Goverment study, pointing out Americans eat 65,000 additional calories, the equivalent of 413 bags of potato chips.



Check out the above slideshow for examples of "Calorie Bombs!"

Also, read an excerpt from Zinczenko's book on GMA.Yahoo.com.

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