Tuesday, 14 August 2007

The Little Black Book does more than list names

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One of the most difficult aspects of weight maintenance is keeping track of food intake. It is nearly impossible to log meals and snacks in your head, plus the temptation to cheat is just far too much. Many food diaries can be bulky and are awkward to carry. Bethany Sanders recently wrote a post on our sister site That's Fit that lends a solution to the problem of keeping track of your food intake no matter where you are or what you're doing. It's called the Little Black Book.

The Little Black Book is exactly that, a small, sleek book that can accommodate many different types of weight maintenance plans. The pages have room for food listings, calories and the like. If you happen to be participating in Weight Watcher's there is a section to record your daily points.

This sounds like a great solution to a long standing problem of food intake record keeping. Everything is in one place and you can take it anywhere and still be organized. This is a great item for anybody looking to keep track of their dietary activities.

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