Ever had the feeling that you’re eating healthy but you just can’t seem to get any results?
A client of mine was recently feeling the same way.
He started a photo food journal to track what he ate. He takes pictures of everything he eats each day and shares it with me.
Within a week my client noticed that he was eating better.
I’ve long been a fan of a journal when starting to change eating habits. At minimum because I need to see what my clients are eating to be able to help them. But also, because it’s often very eye opening for the client.
I’ve seen it so often, the new client says “but I eat healthy, how come I’m not seeing results “.
I ask them to journal and very often I get the same experience as the client mentioned above. The journal actually opens their eyes to EVERYTHING that they eat in the day.
Sure, the main meals, especially when you at at home are pretty healthy. However, many people don’t realize the frequent snacks, amount of sugary beverages they consume, gaps in their eating, or late night habits.
It’s not just what they eat that they end up seeing, it’s how they eat.
They see their habits.
Food journaling is a great idea if you’re unsure of why you aren’t seeing results or want to know how you can modify your diet.
I encourage you to try a photo journal like my client. You might be surprised by what you find!