Controlling Your Portions

Using a food scale is ideal, but you should also be able to recognize what a healthy portion looks like. This chart uses everyday objects to help you visualize...
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Using a food scale is ideal, but you should also be able to recognize what a healthy portion looks like. This chart uses everyday objects to help you visualize sensible serving sizes of common foods. As always, keep total carbohydrates in mind when planning your food choices.

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