The goal this week is to get serious about our weight and what we eat. Research
(a 2008 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine ) shows that keeping a journal of what you eat may doubleyour weight loss efforts. Even if you are not trying to lose weight it will give you good insight to what you eat. Often we don’t realize how frequently a piece of chocolate slips down. The good thing with Eating Clean is that you don’t have to track calories or diet, but even if you’ve already mastered getting into Eating Clean it’s good to get an overview of how much protein and vegetables you eat during the week. Note in your journal what you had for breakfast, 10am snack, lunch, 3pm snack and dinner. This will get you in the habit of frequent meals and snacking.