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This Father's Day, many dads will celebrate by going out to lunch or dinner with their families. On Father's Day, or any time of year, eating healthy at restaurants can be difficult. Portion sizes have steadily increased over the past few decades. Hamburgers are three times bigger! As portion sizes have gotten bigger so have men's waistlines. The average American man now weighs 28 pounds more than in the 1960s.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its partners have tips on how we can make healthier food available in our communities so Dad, and the whole family, can eat better. Large portion sizes at restaurants have become the norm and it's time to scale back.


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