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Eyes Bigger than Belly Syndrome means more Calories!

Posted by Healthy Life Style Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Hate to diet? Love what you cook? Want to eat with your family without being made to feel different because you want to lose weight? Can't be bothered to weigh your food portions, count points, or calories. Take a look at this brand new concept and lifestyle pack called the The Diet Plate.

The plate has been on trial with several State Registered Dieticians (Dieticians) and has been acknowledged as a nutritionally balanced aid for dieting. The boundaries designated for starch and protein are an accurate dietary measure and that the plate is suitable for diabetics to use.

The Diet Plate is a revolutionary new slimming tool, a simple method of controlling calories and portion sizes with a powerful visual and practical aid. The Diet Plate replaces your everyday dinner plate and becomes your perfect partner in portion control. It makes losing weight easier to do and as you cut down on the proteins and carbohydrates, which contain all the calories, it leaves space on your plate to fill up on the good stuff, like carrots, cabbage, broccoli and salads. Even better, this way of eating may prevent cancer and heart disease and is ideal for diabetics. Eyes Bigger than Belly Syndrome means more Calories!

Even though all your senses have been satisfied by 4 bites!
What we all forget about is the calorie content. We could have had the same sensation for 200 calories but we chose the bigger version, which contains 400 calories. Eyes bigger than belly syndrome, and more calories!

The Diet Plate has a science behind its development, dieticians will tell you the only way to lose weight is to use up more calories than you actually take in with food.
The Diet Plate is calibrated so that the starch or carbohydrate section will hold no more than four ounces before the food starts to slide over the boundary tape. The protein section will hold three ounces before the meat or oily fish is spreading over that boundary tape. If you pile the food too high it will just cascade over, that is why there are no ridges on the plate to hold it in place. Starches contain about 35 calories an ounce, while proteins can contain 95 calories.


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