How to avoid portion size pitfalls Print
When eating at many restaurants, it’s hard to miss that portion sizes have gotten larger in the last few years. The trend has also spilled over into the grocery store and vending machines, where a bagel has become a BAGEL and an “individual” bag of chips can easily feed more than one. Research shows that people unintentionally consume more calories when faced with larger portions. This can mean significant excess calorie intake, especially when eating high-calorie foods.
Click here for some tips to help you avoid some common portion-size pitfalls: How to avoid portion size pitfalls (Centre for Disease Control and Prevention)