What portion sizes should I eat? A handy guide to portions and building a healthy plate

Questions around portion sizes and building a healthy plate are questions I get asked regularly in clinic and at company talks so I hope you will find the following useful as you choose and prepare meals.

How much we should be eating is very individual, varying from person to person, and depends on many factors including our age, our lifestyle, how hungry we are, what food we are eating, how much exercise we are doing, and how we are feeling, but a good way to guide portions if you are not sure is by using your hands as a guide. I talk through this in this video and you can find the infographic on my website here:

https://nalmclinic.com/blog-1/2020/2/17/what-portion-sizes-should-i-eat

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Clemmie Macpherson

Hello, I'm Clemmie. I help people Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), to live their life to the full again. I don’t believe these illnesses have to be a life sentence. I’ve been there, where you are, feeling helpless, exhausted and wondering how you are going to live the rest of your life like this. But it doesn't have to be that way - I can help you find a way forward. I am a Qualified Nutritional Therapist, I have ulcerative colitis and I am totally passionate about helping people with their IBD & IBS, and getting the message out there as to how important the food we eat and the way we live is to our quality of life. Whether you are right at the beginning of your journey with IBD or have been living with your condition for years and feel like you have tried almost everything, there are things you can do everyday, beyond the medication you are taking, to help you take back control. Download my free e-book to find out more: https://nalmclinic.com/freee


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