Portion Size / Live Ultimate Run

Happy Friday! Hope you all had a great week!  It’s a never-ending battle with me to get my portions correct, so I thought this chart would be a huge help not only to you guys, but myself included.  These portions look teeny tiny but keep in mind you should be eating 5-6 small meals a day! This is a HUGE issue when going out to restaurants. Most places load up the portions, leaving you the option to finish the whole thing. My personal advice: take half home with you! No need to be overly stuffed. This will only eliminate the “6 meals a day” theory.

So keep it small. Keep it simple and enjoy!


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Do you guys think that our portions are too large here in America compared to other countries?


Alright guys, it’s official. I am a Live Ultimate Run Ambassador! Looking forward to many fun events with this team!

The 5k and Quarter Marathon take place on June 30th, right here in San Francisco. If you live in the area, please join me!

Follow this link and use code: AmbassadorJenna for 10% off your entry!



Looking forward to June 30th!!

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4 thoughts on “Portion Size / Live Ultimate Run

  1. This is a great chart! Knowing portion sizes is so important but not always so easy. And it’s not too really right to bring measuring cups to a restaurant! Thanks for the great post.

  2. I usually try to use the “eat half take the rest home” tactic when I am eating out. I agree that the restaurant industry doesn’t use this chart very well or at all.

  3. Pingback: What I Ate Wednesday #2 (#WIAW) | Fitness & the City

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