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Keep A Food Journal For Diabetes Control

keep a food journal for diabetes
Good news: You can help improve your diet and control your diabetes if you write down what you eat. You may even lose weight if you record all of your meals and snacks in a food journal. Have you ever kept a personal diary or even a journal?

Just as your diary helps you sort out your thoughts, a food journal can help you figure out what foods to add or take out of your meal plan.

FOOD JOURNAL BENEFITS

When you honestly write down what you eat, you will see clues that will help you improve your meal plan. A food journal will allow you to:

  • See your eating patterns and help you and your healthcare provider determine any dietary changes you may need.
  • Find out what foods affect your blood glucose levels and pinpoint why you didn’t lose weight, or why your blood glucose levels are high or low at certain times.
  • Figure out why you’re hungry in the mid-afternoon or why you overeat during dinner.

A food journal can help you see how your food affects your blood glucose levels and your moods.
You can change what you eat and improve your health.
Keeping a food journal can help you take— and maintain— control of your diabetes.


 

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Susan Weiner, MS RDN CDE CDN (4 Articles)

Susan Weiner, MS RDN CDE CDN is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator and Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist with a private practice in New York. Her dual masters degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition has afforded her the opportunity to practice as a nutritionist and exercise physiologist.

 

She is the author of “The Complete Diabetes Organizer: Your Guide to a Less Stressful and More Manageable Diabetes Life”, Spry Publishing, 2013. This is the first “how-to” book on diabetes organization.

 

Susan is the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Alumna Award by SUNY Oneonta, where she attended undergraduate school. This award is presented to a SUNY Oneonta graduate for significant accomplishments in his or her personal and professional life and distinguished community service.

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