Mini-foods may not prevent overindulgence, dietitian says

03/25/2013 | Columbia News Service (Columbia University)

Mini-meals and mini-desserts offer diners a chance to indulge in small portions. Registered dietitian Ally Gallop says the mini-food concept works if a single item is eaten as a substitute for a standard serving size, but having a variety of small foods on a plate can lead people to eat more overall. "Variety does increase how much we'll eat; we're just kind of curious," Gallop says.

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