11/26/2012 (press release: OnlinePR) // UK // Diet Chef Three Sixty Communications
Diet Chef is encouraging dieters to start keeping a food diary, as this can help them to stay on track if they are struggling with their weight loss plan.
Even when following a regime as easy and straightforward as Diet Chef, people can still slip up and end up consuming more than they should do. What is more, even when they think they are being good, individuals often do not realise how many extra calories they are eating every day if they treat themselves to the occasional chocolate biscuit or packet of crisps.
This is why Diet Chef is urging people to start keeping a food diary, as part of their low calorie diet, as this can be an easy way to keep track of exactly what they are consuming. All individuals need to do is list what they eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as any snacks and drinks. Not only will this mean people can keep an eye on what they eat each day, but they can quickly see if they are eating too much or too little of something. For example, if they are eating carrots with their dinner almost every evening they should think about introducing some different vegetables to their diet. Some people also find it useful to note down whether or not they do any exercise.
Gillian Hope, Diet Chef Brand Manager said: “Using a food diary can help you stay on track and resist those temptation foods. At a glance you can see what you’re eating and when. It doesn’t only help you monitor your food intake, it can help you set goals and monitor your weight loss progress. It also helps when it comes to creating your diet plan.”
Diet Chef is a delivered meal plan that helps people to lose weight the easy way. All of the meals are calorie and portion controlled, meaning all people need to do is add their own vegetable or rice accompaniments to dishes. This means that as well as losing weight, individuals will also learn about portion control and how to maintain their diet in the long term.
Diet Chef carefully counts the calories of all meals so dieters on the plan will be averaging less than 1,200 calories per day. The daily menu allows you to get delicious home delivered food , as well as offering a tasty and varied, healthy balanced plan encouraging dieters to lose weight at a healthy pace.
Those on the diet looking to check their own progress can do so using the weight loss calculator as well as sharing their weight loss success stories via the website or Diet Chef social media channels.
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