eat at


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Synonyms for eat at

become ground down or deteriorate

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In other words, the risk is lower in people who eat at least that much.
Eat at least five fruits of vegetables per day, plus whole grains (like bran, for instance, which you can get from eating certain breads or cereals).
Technically speaking, you're not skipping the meal if you eat at your desk, hit a drive-thru or log onto the Internet and have one of those new lunch delivery services drop something off at your office.
Nearly three in four shoppers (71%) believe the food they eat at home is healthier than meals consumed out.
When I eat at fast-food restaurants, I now make healthier choices.
How many times per week do you eat at a fast-food restaurant?
I'm very good at work," said Ripert, who tries not to eat at the restaurant.
Some want to stay on their eating plan, while others celebrate a special occasion by ordering something they don't typically eat at home.
We chose to feature Eat at Joe's on World Business Review because of its demonstrated innovativeness in combining the nostalgia of theme restaurants and the value of fast food dining," says Adam Dubner, the show's Executive Vice President of Programming.