Supersizing The Last Supper
LINDA WERTHEIMER, host:
Good morning. I'm Linda Wertheimer. Leonardo da Vinci's�mural of Christ and his apostles, "The Last Supper,"�is one of art history's most famous depictions of a meal. Nutrition experts say the size of the supper has grown significantly. They studied different paintings of the same event from the last millennium, and there's been a lot more bread to break. Experts found the portions grew by 69 percent.
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