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Old 04-17-2013, 05:03 PM   #24
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I dont understand a "portion"...

One of those posts said "Usda says a bagle should be 2 oz." Lol. What? A bagle can be any size it wants to be. I understand a serving size to quantify how much you're eating. I also understand the average person just plain eats too much.

Dont take this post as being smart... i seriously just dont get this. I eat two large meals a day. In my later meal, i eat at least 16 oz of meat. I could very easily eat that same amount is 3 or 4 smaller meals. ( over 5 if i went with the usda size of 3 oz listed earlier) so my portion size is 16 oz.

Is this thread just discussing the amount people eat in each meal compared to earlier years, or is it saying we should only eat 3 oz of meat at one time, etc?
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