Blog: Smaller portions, stupid

Catherine Sleep | 27 August 2003

The media ran reports last week about new research that claimed to have “cracked the riddle” of why obesity is so low in France compared with, say, the US, despite the high consumption of croissants, pastries and cheese in France. Smaller portions apparently underpin the French ability to keep trim – it’s really not rocket science is it?

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