Weight Loss Education

Anne Linge, RD, CD, CDE

University of Washington advises, “We emphasize changing the balance on the plate. We draw a plate, sectioning it off to be half vegetables and salad, and using the remainder for smaller amounts of protein and starch. This is an important visual to show clients how to make better choices so they consume fewer calories.”

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