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Nutritionists launch portion size guide to tackle overeating

6 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

Recommendations focus on how much people should eat during the day to stay healthy Ministers and public health experts have long been telling us we eat too much sugar, saturated fat and salt but less attention has been paid to the size of the portions on the plate. Now a new guide to portion sizes warning that people are eating too much without realising has been launched by nutritionists, to suggest how much food people should eat during the day to stay healthy and help combat the obesity crisis. The British Nutrition Foundation's guide is designed, it says, to complement the government...
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