New year, new you and longer lines for salad.
"I'm trying to get rid of this little gut," one customer told Inside Edition.
At a Sweetgreen in Washington, D.C., the queue stretched out the door and down the block, while it was complete chaos at a Little Beet in New York.
But not all salads are created equal. Inside Edition caught up with nutritionist Joy Bauer at a Sweetgreen in New York to learn what toppings you should lean in to, and which ones you should avoid.
"I started with a base of leafy greens, I added mesclun, I added a little bit of spinach leaves, you could do romaine, and then I loaded on the colorful vegetables," Bauer said.
Creamy dressing should be avoided, as should croutons, she warned. Otherwise, your "healthy" salad could rival a burger in calories.