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Plan Meals with your Mobile Phone

You Can Use Your Mobile Food Journal to Plan Your Meals

Planning meals using your mobile food diary can be easy and beneficial in a number of ways. When you plan your meals ahead of time you can save time, money, and even calories.

Don’t deprive yourself of food!

That’s because one of the biggest challenges people can face when they are on a restricted calorie diet - allowing themselves to get hungry without having a plan for food. When you are hungry and don’t already know what and when you are going to eat, you are in danger of overeating. If you already know when and what you are going to eat, you lose the panic that comes from being hungry and are less likely to overeat.

Set up your mobile journal of choice to work around YOU!

While there are some really great tools in your journal like the diabetes tracker, you can use the food database to help you plan your meals ahead of time. Planning ahead by a few days or even a week can allow you to save time in entering food into your journal. When you’ve already entered your food for the week in the planning process, you will only have to log in to make any adjustments based on your actual food intake for the day. Another great benefit is that you can save money on groceries because you only have to buy the ingredients to make the meals you’ve already planned. When you are trying to lose weight using an online food diary to develop a routine around food can be helpful.

Simple and Concise! 

Your daily menu doesn’t have to be anything elaborate, to help you lose weight. If you like to have the same things for breakfast, lunch, and snacks every day, there’s no harm in that. You can create consistency by having the same meals, which will save time when it comes to logging your food entries. Using your online food journal to preplan meals and develop routines can make your weight loss journey a lot easier. If you enjoy finding and learning new recipes for elaborate breakfasts and lunches, of course there is nothing wrong with that. But if you’d rather just have your oatmeal for breakfast every day, you could be doing yourself and your body a favor by creating a consistent diet routine that you enjoy sticking with every day.


Ryan Newhouse is a longtime health writer, avid cyclist and general outdoorsman. He has traveled extensively and appreciates sourcing local ingredients for healthy meals and drinks.

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