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Naveen15493945 Naveen15493945 1 year
Making a food journal work for you A Food journal is only effective if you review your food journal entries regularly to identify patterns that are keeping you from losing weight and living a healthy life style. Careot is an app you have to try as it makes it very easy to review meals and compare eating patterns. How to use a food journal app Here are some recommended steps to using a food journal effectively. The first step is to to track everything you eat. www.caroet.net/blog
Markus14747448 Markus14747448 2 years
I want to track what I eat in order to get the most out of my ongoing effort to lose weight. I tested each of the apps you featured in this article, but found that none was the perfect fit for me. They were either way too complicated or took too long to use (I don't want to fill out 3 forms to add my breakfast to the app). I have been searching around a bit more and found one app that does what I want. I want to take a picture of each of my meals and be done with it. Before I eat something else I can have a peek in the app and immediately see if I should eat something or not. Most of the time I have a quick snack and completely forget about it later on. But now that I (almost religiously) take a picture of each meal I rarely ever have to open the app and check if there is room for more - I already know. Long story short, I found 'What I ate' (http://www.vigorouscoding.com/apps/whatiate/). It is minimalistic (take a picture and later display it) and it looks good. I think it will have an impact on my eating habits. Maybe you should add that to your list. ;)
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