How to Track Your Food Intake
Tracking your nutritional intake helps increase your chances of getting healthier and fitter. That’s why AAG Health’s top plans stress the importance of nutrition; our top-tier programs include nutritional coaching to help you develop healthy eating habits that work over the short term AND the long term. Our nutrition coaches be there for you every step of the way during treatment.
If you want to start keeping tabs on your diet, here are some tips to help you.
Assess Your Current Diet
Whether you’re planning on starting a new diet from scratch or just making a few tiny tweaks, the first step is always the same: look at your current meal and food habits. Eliminating empty calories and finding healthier alternatives to junk food can have substantial results. Outline your diet and see where you there is room for improvement. You’ll be surprised at the garbage you’re feeding yourself.
Creating and Maintaining a Food Journal
Even the most detailed of diets can succumb to unexpected snacking and other bites. Tracking your caloric intake and meals in a journal will provide greater insight and details on any aspects of your diet that could benefit from a little more attention. Combined with efforts to weigh yourself on a weekly basis, a well-maintained food journal can be a powerful tool for ensuring that your diet is able to produce superior results. In no time, you’ll start to have more energy, more muscle and less fat.
The AAG Health App
The digital applications and tools that are able to run on your smartphone can be more effective than a conventional food journal. AAG Health offers an iOS and Android app to help you track your calorie intake. Every bite you take can be tracked through this helpful application. To find out more about our food tracker app, watch our video.