I'm just wondering how people who make products determine serving size, because I seriously don't understand it.
I feel like anything that's individually wrapped ought to be ONE serving. Like if you buy a muffin, why is a serving size 1/2 muffin. Does anyone buy a muffin for the purpose of eating half a muffin??
And the other day, I was looking at a package of ramen, and one serving was half a package (yet still had like 100% of the day's salt allotment). How is that possible? A package of ramen is like nothing.
Basically, this is all a trick to make people think foods have less calories than they actually do.