The "artisanal" burger from your local café may not be any better for you than a greasy one from a fast-food joint.
According to a study from the University of Illinois, people who eat at restaurants ate more vitamins and potassium than those who dined at fast food chains, but they also consumed more harmful nutrients. Researchers used the health data of 18,000 adults in the U.S. over the course of an eight-year period, reported the Telegraph.
Their findings? When you're dining out somewhere schmancy, you may be paying top dollar for a whole lot of cholesterol.