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Nutritionist shows ideal portions of food with your hands

Nutritionist shows ideal portions of food with your hands

The right amount of food consumed is the most consistent path for balance in the diet. Thinking about this, which raises many questions, British nutritionist Sian Porter has found a way to show how you can quantify the types of food.

She has created, at the invitation of the DailyMail website, a series that shows ideal measures for hand-based meals. And, as the hand is proportional to the body, your measurements will naturally be adapted to what your body needs.

Below, check out the ideal amount of food consumption:

Red meat - Photo: DailyMail

- Photo: DailyMail

Fish - Photo: DailyMail

Fish - Photo: DailyMail

Fish - Photo: DailyMail

Photo: DailyMail

Chocolate - Photo: DailyMail

Cheese - Photo: DailyMail


Coconut Fibers Improve Digestion and Reduce Cholesterol

Coconut Fibers Improve Digestion and Reduce Cholesterol

Many foods are recognized for their large amounts of fiber, such as fruits, whole wheat bread and wheat bran. But, a food rich in this type of nutrient often goes unnoticed by those who are in search of a healthier diet. Coconut is basically composed of water, fat and fiber. When compared to other foods, coconut fibers are superior in quantity and quality.

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Yam: benefits, recipes and how to consume

Yam: benefits, recipes and how to consume

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