Burgers are three times bigger than they were in the 50s

Recent research suggests that the bigger your plate, the likelier it is you’ll overeat. The same logic may apply to fast food, where according to a new infographic by the Centers for Disease Control, portion sizes for popular items have increased dramatically since the 1950s.

Since the dawn of the Cold War, the volume of an order of french fries has grown 180 percent. The weight of the average burger has more than tripled.

This is why many knowledgeable people usually get a kids meal if they happen to be eating fast food.

Sources: theatlantic, makinghealtheasier.

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