Several diets and weight loss plans are underway but can it work or not for you is the question. Just record all that you eat throughout the day, yes tracking is the key to a healthy life where knowing what you eat is the important point for your health care. Keeping a track is the best way of knowing what products and how much quantity are you putting in your body. We all know our diet constitutes 80% of our body functioning and to keep a track of it we have to be considerate of the same fact.
Once you start recording your daily food habits, you will start eating consciously. Avoiding junk and processed food becomes, even more, easier for all. Due to this habit, you can cut the unnecessary snacking you do during the whole day.
You can do it in three parts of the day - breakfast, lunch & dinner. This helps one stay alert and be reminded of what one has had and should have for the next meal. You must also include 30 minutes of exercise in your daily routine, which will help you lose your weight faster. Inculcating a regular workout routine along with the above given ‘tracking tip’ will help you shed those kilos in no time.
People often forget about the little snacks that could potentially be keeping them from losing weight. Maintaining a food diary will help you say no to the extra calories that may be restricting your weight loss. Keeping a food diary is also an excellent way to manage the portions of your food. It can be hard to control your portions when restaurants offer enormous plates, and gas stations have jumbo size cups for soda. Using a food diary keeps you accountable for the size of the meals you eat.
Keeping track of your everyday meal reveals more than just calorie intake and food intolerances; it can also show whether you are eating enough of each food group. If your food diary consists of mainly carbohydrates and proteins, then you’re not getting the vitamins you need from fruits and vegetables.
Enjoy every meal that you have, and never let anything stop you from being yourself.