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O, The Oprah Magazine

Q: One reader asks, "Does it really help to keep a food diary?"

A: Yes, it does. (If it didn't, I wouldn't be writing this post. ;-)

And yes, I know it's not a study, but Dr. Katz is pretty convincing.

Here's Dr. Katz's explanation.



8 tips for making a food diary work for you

This is a great article from WebMD. They consult with the experts and offer 8 tips for food diary success. If you're considering starting a food diary you should really read this before you begin.

The first three tips are:

1. Know your reasons

2. Choose your format

3. Decide how often to update

Read the full story here...


why keeping a food diary can be crucial to weight loss

A study published in the August, 2008 edition of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, shows that keeping a food diary can help you lose twice as much weight. Check out these 3 studies in Newsweek for the full scoop.