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This Amazingly Designed Plate Can Stop You From Overeating

This Amazingly Designed Plate Can Stop You From Overeating

Eating healthy while maintaining good portion control is a big priority for a lot of people these days. There’s no shortage of products and services that promise consumers a healthier diet and lifestyle, but some of them can be tedious and others downright expensive. Even if you know how much of a certain food group you’re supposed to eat, it’s not always convenient to measure out the exact portions.

But now a product from the Netherlands called the ETE plate hopes to rid you of your food portion headaches. It’s got a surprisingly simple design that almost makes you want to hit your head and ask yourself why you didn’t think of it first.

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    Available in both Dutch and English, the plate is divided into separate sections of varying sizes to indicate how much of a certain food group you should eat.

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        And as for the little space that’s left empty? It’s so that after you measure out your portions, you can easily mix or move your food around. They’ve really thought of everything, haven’t they?

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          While the ETE plate tells you how much real estate certain foods should take up on your plate, there’s nothing stopping people from stacking food upwards.  Does this mean a small, but especially thick piece of steak, is okay? I guess the rest is still left up to your better judgement.

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            If you want to find out more about the ETE plate and maybe even purchase one for yourself, you can head over to their website to check its availability.

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            Last Updated on March 24, 2021

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