The Oz Test
The Oz Test was used to measure popular chain restaurant salads using the following criteria: Salads must be 500 calories or less, five grams of saturated fat or less, and 1,000 mg of sodium or less. While Dr. Oz typically recommends far less sodium in a given meal, he acknowledged that chain restaurant salads with less than 1,000 mg of sodium are nearly impossible to find. Of the four salads tested, only one passed this test. Read on to find out which one made the cut.
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