Should you use a smaller plate size if you're trying to cut calories?
“Focusing on plate size is a diversion,” says Barbara Rolls, professor and the Helen A. Guthrie Chair of Nutritional Sciences at Penn State. “The real problem is the big portions of calorie-dense foods piled on the plate.”
In most studies, people don’t eat less when they use a smaller plate.
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