• The above image diagrams a balanced meal on a nine-inch plate. Non-starchy vegetables, such as peas, carrots, broccoli or leafy greens, should fill half of your plate. Devote no more than one-quarter of your plate to a modest portion of starch (potatoes, corn) and one-quarter for a serving of meat or other protein source. A small portion of fruit and a serving of dairy rounds out the meal.
    Healthy eating tips for summer
    May 15, 2012, No comments

    By Seattle University nursing students It is hard to stick to diets and eat healthy.  You can crave unhealthy foods and feel hungry constantly. One of the reasons dieting can […]