Argument: Those dining out are less likely to care about calories
Steve Chapman. "Force-fed the facts". Reason. June 23, 2008: "A study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that people who dine out frequently are less likely to pay attention to nutritional data than people who eat mostly at home. It suggested that 'those who have a less nutritious diet are less likely to use food labels and have less interest in doing so.'"