Portion control is important for eating well

Understanding the amount of calories in a dish is an important part of controlling your portions and keeping you from eating too much.

Vision Aids: To avoid eating too much, use visual aids like comparing serving sizes to everyday items or using smaller plates.

You can listen to Hunger Cues: Carefully observe your body's cues for hunger and fullness, and stop eating when you're full instead of finishing the whole dish.

Keeping from eating second helpings: Resist the urge to eat another serving, and give your body time to tell you it's full before you think about eating more.

Good Choices for Nutrient Density: Pick foods that are high in nutrients and provide enough of the minerals and vitamins you need.

Pre-planning meals: Make plans for snacks and meals ahead of time to avoid impulse purchases of bigger portions.

When you go out to eat, you might want to share foods or take a piece home to avoid eating too much.

Practice thoughtful eating by enjoying every bite, focusing on tastes and textures, and staying away from screens during meals.

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