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Keeping record for your weight loss

Before losing weight, you should know where you are at the moment. Make the weight loss plans according to your own condition. How much do you weight? What is a healthy weight for you? How many calories you need each day to maintain your current weight and how many to reach your weight loss goal? Is your dietary habit healthy? Do you take regular exercises on a daily or weekly basis? It is not a wise act to just start fasting in the intention of getting starved and thus reduce some fat. Improper way to weight loss can not only fail you achieving the desired goals but also do harm to your health.
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To facilitate you in seeing how your plan works, you can try to keep record of your daily acts. Your food diary starts the day with your calorie allowance, and, as you add things you've eaten, it tells you how many you have left. The Food Diary also keeps track of how many grams of protein, fat, carbohydrate and fibre you consume - and produces a pie chart to show you the balance of your diet.Your Exercise Diary keeps track of the extra calories you burn during exercise. These calories are added to your Food Diary's calorie allowance for the day - great motivation to do a little exercise, and exercise helps weight loss.You can calorie count your own recipes, or try some of Weight Loss Resources' recipes, all calorie counted and suitable for a weight loss diet.There's nothing so satisfying as a nice downward slope on a weight loss graph. You can record and track weight loss, inch loss and body fat percentage.

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