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Is Taking Pictures of Your Food a Realistic Diet Plan?

A new study has been floating around the health airways that claims taking pictures of everything you eat can aid in weight loss. I can't but help but think, "That's great, but who can realistically do that?" I guess with all the cell phone cameras out there these days it's not too much of a burden, but I am never one to promote diet ideas that are not something we can easily adapt into our lifestyles.

A food journal uses the same principals, recording evidence of meals hold us accountable, but does not require us to photograph our food. I'm sticking with my picture-free journals for now, but what do you think? Do you think that taking pictures of your food would be a realistic way for you to lose weight?

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