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Keeping a Food Diary; Healthy Eating Plans

Abstract: A form for a simple diary of how much you eat every day.

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Keeping a Food Diary; Healthy Eating Plans

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Written by: Gunborg Palme, certified psychologist, certified psychotherapist, teacher and tutor of psychotherapy.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 12 Oct 2008.

What kind of help is there for me to remember how much I should eat? Should I be keeping a food diary? Where can I find healthy eating plans?

Answer:

A simple way of remembering how much you eat is to fill in a food diary, also known as diet diary. Print the enclosed form, and fill it in every day. These sheets can be kept to remember how much you have eaten.

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