Write Down Your Meals in A Food Journal
Losing as little as 10% body weight can drastically improve your cholesterol and blood pressure levels, while reducing your heart disease risk. However, weight loss is not a simple thing to accomplish.
If you're struggling, start keeping track of what you eat, when you eat, and how you feel before and after eating. You may be surprised by what triggers you to eat and how fast those little snacks add up.
A new study of 1700 overweight adults resulted in twice the weight loss for those who kept food records versus those who did not.
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