Bigger portion sizes have evolved over time, dietitians say

07/19/2013 | DietsInReview.com

Increased portions can be linked to larger plates, low-cost and larger food orders, and a decline in family dinners, say registered dietitians Mary Hartley and Bonnie Taub-Dix. The mind and body's relationship with food is important to regulating how much to eat. Hartley says people tend to eat more when they are given larger portions.

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