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Food journal may help you meet your weight loss goals

by timetospa July 17, 2012
Food journal may help you meet your weight loss goals

No one said losing weight was going to be easy, but if you're presently battling the bulge, you know more than anyone else how difficult it can be to force the scales to tip in your favor. While counting calories and a healthy workout regimen can aid you in your quest, new research from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center suggests that there are more good habits you can adopt to achieve your fitness goals.

According to the study, women who kept food journals during their diets lost about six pounds more than those who did not, reports Science Daily.

"For individuals who are trying to lose weight, the number one piece of advice based on these study results would be to keep a food journal to help meet daily calorie goals," said study co-author Anne McTiernan, M.D., Ph.D.

In addition, women who participated in the study and reported skipping meals lost almost eight fewer pounds than those who ate every meal.

For extra help achieving your weight loss goals, consider a product like Elemis Spa At Home Invigorating Cal-Metab Plus Body Enhancement Capsules, which is formulated with a mix of essential vitamins and minerals that support healthy thyroid function. These capsules can also help balance your metabolism, which in turn can boost your body's ability to burn off extra calories. 


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