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Eat right and exercise. Everyone knows these are the two most important factors when it comes to losing weight, but with busy schedules, that's not always easy to do. There are plenty of tips you can memorize to estimate portion sizes (1 oz cheese = a pair of dice, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter = a ping pong ball, 3 ounces of meat = a deck of cards), but thankfully there are now some really neat products that can take more of the guess-work out of the portion puzzle... and save you time.
Meal Measure - $19.99
This easy to use, dishwasher safe disc allows you to measure your food right on your dinner plate! Meal Measure follows the USDA My Plate serving size recommendations, and features 4 labeled "cavities" (2 for veggies/fruit, 1 starch and 1 protein) that display 1/2 and 1 cup measurement heights.
Pre-Portioned Serving Pieces - $18.99
The Healthy Steps Portion Control Serving set allows ... Continue
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