For The Record
Americans spend more than $60 billion every year trying to lose weight. The diet industries advice and products offer virtually no long-term return on investment.
Most people who participate in weight-loss programs regain about one-third of the weight lost during the next year and are typically back to baseline weight in three to five years. Diets are a fast way to make temporary progress and calorie counting is tedious and unsustainable.
Portion control is the key to keeping calories in check and is the foundation for successful weight loss and weight management. Unfortunately many of us don't understand what a healthy portion size is.
As well, most of us eat with our eyes and if given a large plate or bowl will be tempted to fill it and compelled to eat it.
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