Super Bowls: Serving Bowl Size and Food Consumption: What's Known is Proven Again

Topics: Obesity and Weight Loss, Wellness and Health

Bigger bowls make eating more acceptable, desirable, and inevitable. A JAMA study of 40 grad students who snacked before the

    U.S. Super Bowl

found that those who snacked from large bowls ate 56% more (142 calories each) than those offered the same snacks from small bowls. Portion Control: food, by the cup-full, for thought. Change your plates and bowls, change your portions.