Fuller plates may help improve nutrition, dietitians say

10/8/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage

A fuller plate could lead to better nutrition as long as it holds more vegetables and fewer meats and starches, according to experts at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. Still, registered dietitian Ellie Krieger says she doesn't want people to give up their favorite tastes just to cut fat, and she recommends using small amounts of full-fat dairy, such as cheese, to make a dish seem luxurious.

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