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6/17/07 8:34 P

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This site is kind of useful:

http://diabetesdietdialogue.wordpress.co
m/2007/04/05/portion-sizes-an-informal
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In my high school health class, we learned how to eyeball food portions. After a while, you'll get the hang of it! Maybe bring measure cups with you for one week, so you can become better acquainted with portion sizes?

-brenna

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6/7/07 5:27 P

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I don't have any specific tips, it's been awhile since I've been to the dining hall, but I think that this website has some aritcles about different ways to "eyeball" your portion sizes etc. Hope that helps a little...

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4/23/07 12:29 P

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I was wondering if a=you guys have any tips for trying to measure food in the dining hall. I do try and put some things (such as ceareal) into a water glass (which I think is 8 ounces) and I try and eyeball things and guess, but I want to be as accurate as possible without taking scales, measuring cups, etc into the dining hall with me (that would just be kinda strange!) Any suggestions?

 
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