Two Ways To Track What You Eat
Tracking what you eat will keep you motivated to eat well and you'll see better results, says Amanda Carlson-Phillips, head nutritionist for Athletes' Performance. Keep a written food journal or use a digital tracking tool. Or simply rate your nutrition habits. In this video, Carlson-Phillips explains the most important habits to pay keep an eye on and what to track.
About The Author
Amanda Carlson-Phillips – Amanda Carlson-Phillips is the Vice President of Nutrition and Research of Athletes' Performance. As a registered dietitian, she has provided educational seminars and individual counseling to a variety of professional and elite sports organizations.