According to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, individuals who kept food records lost about twice as much weight as those who did not, and you don’t even need a smartphone app or wearable technology to take part. Simply jotting the information down on paper is a great way to get started. A better approach to recording your food and drink intake is using the Fit Fwd Food Diary, a part of the free Fit Kit download. Doing so not only keeps you accountable for the things you are eating but also helps you to clearly see what works.
Individuals who kept food records lost about twice as much weight as those who did not.
This printable diet tracker allows you to easily record what you had, when you had it, how many calories it was and any other notes that might be relevant. At the end of each week, you can average your daily water and calorie intake to easily monitor your progress. The longer you do this, the more insight you’ll have as to what you’re eating and drinking, allowing you to make better intake habits to live healthier.
Ready to start? Visit davisvision.com/fitfwd to download the free Fit Fwd Fit Kit. In addition to the diet tracker, you’ll find an activity tracker, various wellness articles, a series of turnkey emails to share and even a certificate to celebrate team member achievements.