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Your First Food Log

Your First Food Log!

Congratulations on creating your first food log and starting your journey in the quest for better health! A food log is an important step in any diet or lifestyle change for a couple reasons:

  1. A food log allows you to objectively measure what you ate and when you ate it. With the information provided in your own food log, allergies can be pinpointed, weaknesses identified, and bad habits uncovered.
  2. A food log is a visual representation of how well you are sticking to your meal plans and more broadly, to your health goals.

Here are a few tips to assist you in the process:

***Please have Food Log completed upon arrival, and ready to turn in***

Start by circling sugars on your food log, by this we mean:

(These count as 1 serving of sugar)

Three Tips to Get The Most of Your Food Log

Author
Photo of Hayley Imbriani Hayley Imbriani I am an Advanced Nutrition Response Testing Practitioner, and a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). I apprenticed for 2 years in nutrition-related fields, and have worked over 5 years as a Nutrition Response Testing Clinician and Licensed Massage Therapist. I am also a recent recipient of the Dr. Of The Future Award through Ulan Nutritional Systems.

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