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Good manners and food for thought.

Updated: Nov 11, 2020

In an ideal world, friends and family usually encourage you to lose extra weight. In reality, they sometimes push you to eat more high-calorie food. Think about it and go back to your last family occasion.

Is it rude not to finish that double helping of chocolate cake at a dinner party? Sometimes it feels that way.

What can I do? Learn to say "no, thank you " and stick with it. Get used to the idea that it's ok to leave food on your plate. Soon, friends and family will come to respect your decisions.

Over the last few decades the size of portions have increased. Not surprisingly research shows that when we're given a larger portion we tend to eat more.

Coping with larger portion size is a matter of stopping when you feel full. Eat slowly and you'll have a better chance of avoiding that overstuffed feeling.

At home, serve yourself a smaller portion and think about whether you really need a second helping.

Avoid super sizing portions when eating out. You can control portion size and save money when you cook fresh healthy meals at home.


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