When the food on your plate or in your bowl doesn’t match a proper, healthy serving size, you may have “portion distortion.”
But food lovers, rejoice: Portion distortion goes both ways. Registered dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, explains that there are some foods people tend to overeat, but there are certain foods people eat in too-small portions, too.
The four foods below come with plentiful health benefits — and you can probably eat more of them than you think.
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