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[MUSIC] NARRATOR: A healthy meal begins with using the right-size plate. Nine-inch plates help you avoid overeating. Fill your 9-inch plate with a variety of nonstarchy vegetables and fruit, lean meat or protein, and whole grains or starchy vegetables. Fill half of your plate with a variety of colorful nonstarchy vegetables and fruits. Choose vegetables that are low in calories, high in vitamins and minerals, and rich in fiber. Choose fresh, frozen, or canned fruit without added sugar and syrup. Enjoy small portions of dried fruit as a snack to avoid the extra calories. Fill a quarter of your plate with a lean protein thats 3 ounces or the size of a deck of cards. Choose a low-fat, extra-lean meat or poultry that is grilled, broiled, poached, or roasted. Avoid breading and drain any fat after cooking. If you eat lean meats four to five days a week, consider trying a meatless option for the other days of the week. Lean, meatless protein includes seafood such as salmon, trout, and herri