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3/31/19 5:54 P

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The correct answer is: False
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A "portion" is how much food you choose to eat at one time, whether in a restaurant, from a package, or in your own kitchen. Versus a portion, a "serving" size is the amount of food listed on a product's Nutrition Facts. Sometimes, the portion size and serving size match; sometimes they do not.

Keep in mind that the serving size on the Nutrition Facts is not a recommended amount of food to eat. It is a quick way of letting you know the calories and nutrients in a certain amount of food.


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3/23/19 11:04 A

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According to research either A or B is correct!


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According to the USDA, there is no difference between a "portion" and a "serving."


A True

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3/10/19 4:41 P

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Answer-
(c) 21 to 35 grams, depending on your total daily calories.
A cup of raisin bran with a banana (10 grams), a cup of broccoli (6 grams), a pear (5 grams), a sweet potato with skin (5 grams), and a slice of whole-wheat bread (2 grams) get you within that range.


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(c) 21 to 35 grams

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emoticon How much fiber should you aim for every day?


(a) 5 grams

(b) 10 to 15 grams

(c) 21 to 35 grams

(d) 50 grams


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