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IN People ON 29 Nov, 2015
There is no perfect guideline for portion sizes. Hence, we are no good at working out how much to put on our plate. Usually, people say that eat your greens and avoid your junk. But it's not the matter of what you eat, its the matter of how much you eat. We go to dieticians our do various home remedies. Yet, have no result in hand. So, even if we might be eating healthy, we might be consuming too much of calories.
The steak in the picture is about 100g and the thickness of a deck of cards
For white fish, the portion can be the size of your hand when laid flat, including your fingers
Make sure you eat vegies everyday with meal, and not just a couple of slices
a packet may contain 250g of berries, this is 3 portions- so you do not have to eat the entire stuff.
twice this amount of broccoli would technically count as two of your five a day.
Well these are carbs, but you may need for energy and fibre, so just make quarter of your plate
A good portion would be that you can hold in one palm. That would be more than enough
This is the favourite of all....potato here is 180g giving 175 calories, but baking potatoes can be twice as big - so think about sharing Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3331095/Handy-guide-portion-sizes-Never-know-food-Use-formula-figure-right-eat.html#ixzz3srpDpOXw Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
One portion a week would give you enough heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in your diet Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3331095/Handy-guide-portion-sizes-Never-know-food-Use-formula-figure-right-eat.html#ixzz3srpN1xaT Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
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