Seeing what you ate, how much, where you eat the most, what drives you to eat, etc. is going to clue you in on what may be sabotaging your weight loss. For example, maybe your downfall is sugary drinks while driving? Do you basically eat dessert for breakfast. You might also learn that the gaps between meals are too long leading you to binge. Is there a certain time of day when you’re making a pop or latte run, or searching for candy?
Well, you’re about to find out. Then together, we’re going to make some changes that will lead to better health and weight loss.
The objective: register every single thing you consume, so you can analyze eating patterns. Don’t focus on calories right now, just go about your daily routine and record what you’re eating and drinking.
Download/Print The Food Journal
I’m the type of person who likes to see things on paper, so I created this free downloadable food journal for you. Sarah, on the other hand, likes to keep track of things with her phone and likes the Fooducate app which is also free.
How Does Your Journal Stack Up?
Track your daily food and beverages for at least three days including some weekday and weekend days. If you can, track a full week. Then gather your journal entries and meet us here: Are You Eating Healthy? We’ll show you how to analyze the journal and which changes to make. A little tweak here and there is going to have a big impact on your health and weight loss. You’ll see!
Give Your Metabolism a Head Start
The week you’re tracking your food and activity is a great time to start a metabolism kick start, like Garcinia Cambogia Select. Get your metabolism moving, so that when you start moving, weight loss happens!
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