Our world likes big thingsaand things keep getting bigger. For example, did you know that 20 years ago, a can of Coke was nearly one-third the size it is today? Or that bagels were also about a third smaller? Even the plates we eat on have gotten larger. All this means that weare eating more. And thatas a problem. Being overweight causes health problems, even in kids. So itas time to take a look at portion sizesaand do whatas right for your body!We just assume that bigger isbetter. A hundred years ago, many people in America had to make do with small portions of food. Inplaces of the world where food is scarce, people still survive on whatever they have, which may not be very much!
|Title||:||Bigger Isn't Always Better|
|Publisher||:||Mason Crest - 2014-09-29|