RECORDING FOOD INTAKE FOR WEIGHT CONTROL AND DIABETES
In order to appreciate what you eat and drink as well as how much exercise you really do, it is helpful to keep a record. You can record your carbohydrate or kilojoules on this sheet along with the amount and type of exercise. There is room to put any comments about extras and dining out as well. This will help the dietitian in helping you.
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