Health Tip: Create a Food-and-Activity Journal
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It can help overall health and weight loss
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Jotting down your eating and exercising habits helps you track healthy habits and foster new ones.
The American Academy of Family Physicians suggests:
- Logging what you ate and drank, starting when you woke and ending when you went to bed. Include how much of each food you ate or drank.
- Writing down what you did to exercise each day, and for how long.
- Making a commitment to daily journaling, and thinking about what you've learned from your journal.
- Keeping your journal with you throughout the day, so you can stay on track without forgetting key activities.
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