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Many doctors now advocate that the only way to lose weight and stay slim is to eat the right portions. But we've lost sight of what they are. Portion sizes have grown dramatically since the 1970s, and it isn't just restaurants and fast-food outlets that are the culprits. Even at home, we're piling our plates high with servings that, 30 years ago, would have comfortably fed two or even three people. Portion Plan isn't a fad diet and there are no gimmicks. It's backed by compelling scientific evidence that portion control is key to lasting weight loss. With the help of life-size pictures of your favourite foods - even the sinful ones! - you will quickly learn how to estimate proper food portions, stop overeating, and make the best nutritional choices. The book also provides visual reminders to sensible portions - for example, a deck of cards symbol to indicate the correct serving for a meat portion - so that even when you eat out, you can make the right choices.
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