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Frances Sizer + 1 other
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Frances Sizer + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305627994
Textbook Problem

Experimenting with portion sizes at home is a valuable exercise in self-education.

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Summary Introduction

To determine:

Whether the statement ‘experimenting with the portion size at home is a valuable exercise in self-education’ is true or false.

Introduction:

A balanced diet always has positive effects on the health of an individual. A healthy life does not always require a continuous measuring of everything that a person eats or drinks. It can be achieved by the concept of portion size and serving size. A portion size refers to the quantity one choses to eat at a particular time.

Explanation

Portion size controls always help in maintaining a healthy weight. Control in portion size can be best done at home by limiting the quantity of coo...

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