When the information about your intake is there in front of you, it’s hard to ignore and easy to change.
These small changes will help you be more consistent, which will ultimately help you feel, look, and perform better.
Along with recording the specifics (what you ate, how much you ate, what time you ate it), try also recording:
- How you feel before, during and after you eat
- Where you are
- Who you’re with
These things can help you identify “triggers” that lead to overeating, missed meals, or streaks of awesomeness.
Tracking your food intake is quick, easy, puts you in the “driver’s seat,” and provides feedback as to how certain foods respond to you. The good and not so good!
What foods help you feel energetic and which ones sap your energy?
Give it a go on a tracker such as livestrong.com.
Let me help you take back control of your health and wellness.
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