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Maggianos Nutrition Information

By Adam Fonseca

Maggiano’s Little Italy is an Italian restaurant owned and operated by the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group and located in many major cities across the country. In addition to offering traditional Italian dishes, Maggiano’s also offers many dishes for health-conscious customers. These diet-worthy dishes include numerous salads and low-calorie dish offerings that can be customized to meet your individual dietary needs. Maggino’s Little Italy offers dine-in or take-out menu options.

Calories

The chopped salad offered at Maggiano’s contains roughly 871 calories. Most people should eat no more than 1600 calories in a day when trying to lose weight, so this dish can be considered on the “high end” in terms of caloric intake. On the other hand, the chicken saltimbocca contains 400 calories. Likewise, the rigatoni di Gregorio has contains roughly 415 calories per serving.

Fat and Cholesterol

Maggiano’s rigatoni di Gregorio dish contains 27 grams of fat, 15 grams coming from pure saturated fat. This dish is rather high in cholesterol content, containing 117 mg. The chopped salad contains more than 84 grams of fat; however none of this is saturated fat. The chopped salad also contains 23 mg of cholesterol. The chicken saltimbocca dish contains approximately 20 grams of fat, 7 grams coming from saturated fat content. This dish also contains 91 mg of cholesterol.

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Protein and Carbohydrates

The rigatoni di Gregorio at Maggiano’s contains 11.1 g of protein and 25 g of total carbohydrates. The chopped salad contains 12.6 g of protein and 21 total grams of carbohydrates. The chicken saltimbocca dish contains 29.1 g of protein in each serving and 13.6 g of carbohydrates. These dishes can be customized for lower carbohydrate content by asking for specific ingredients to be removed from your order.

Considerations

As with most Italian restaurants, many of Maggiano’s dishes contain pasta or cheeses that increase the carbohydrate or fat content. Choosing a salad option with low levels of cheese, meats, or other fatty foods can be a healthy alternative to other dishes.

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