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I have taught myself that if I don't know the calorie count of something I want to eat. I don't eat it. I keep a daily food log along with calories and protein. If I can't find out the calories it doesn't go into my mouth. It's working so far
Keeping a daily food journal has helped me be accountable.
I have 3 teenage children, so we have a busy house! To keep our schedules straight, I bought a composition book. In the beginning of each week, I paste a family schedule into the book. If things changed, we had to write it in the journal. Anything else we needed to communicate could also go in the journal!
Remember to keep journal in a central location!
I feel that the most important part of my diet is.......
Keeping a food journal!!
I started my diet in 2/09 with WW and have lost 33 lbs since then. It may not seem like much, but I can't do much physical exercise due to various arthritic and nerve damage. The food journal is what keeps me going. When I don't track, I don't lose. It makes me aware of what I put in my mouth.
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