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I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Mixed nuts do not seem like staple according its serving size 1oz, while refried pinto beans do because its serving size is 124g. Does determination of the serving size of a can/tin of food depending on whether the food is intended as staple or not?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Mixed nuts do not seem like staple according its serving size 1oz, while refried pinto beans do because its serving size is 124g. Does determination of the serving size of a can/tin of food depending on whether food is intended as staple or not?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Mixed nuts do not seem like staple according its serving size 1oz, while refried pinto beans do because its serving size is 124g. Does determination of the serving size of a can/tin of food depending on whether the food is intended as staple or not?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

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I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Mixed nuts do not seem like staple according its serving size 1oz, while refried pinto beans do because its serving size is 124g. Does determination of the serving size of a can/tin of food depending on whether food is intended as staple or not?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Mixed nuts do not seem like staple according its serving size 1oz, while refried pinto beans do because its serving size is 124g. Does determination of the serving size of a can/tin of food depending on whether food is intended as staple or not?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

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I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Can I eat a serving of refried pinto beans to serve as my staple in a meal, so that I don't need to eat any rice or pasta as staple?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Can I eat a serving of refried pinto beans to serve as my staple in a meal, so that I don't need to eat any rice or pasta as staple?

  5. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

I have a tin of 16 oz mixed nuts, whose label says

Serving Size 1oz
Serving Per Container 16

I have a can of 454g refried pinto beans, whose label says

Serving Size 1/2 cup (124g)
Servings Per Container about 3.5
  1. What does "serving size" mean? Does it mean the appropriate amount of intake in a meal for a normal adult? What if I eat much more than the specified serving size each time, such as 3oz of mixed nuts, or 248g of refried pinto beans?

  2. What is a "cup" in serving size? Is it the same as a cup for a rice cooker?

  3. Does the "serving size" assume that I also eat other things in the same meal, or I eat nothing else in the meal?

  4. Does it imply how many servings per day? I.e. the frequency of servings?

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