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Graph To Go With Diet Log

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I have found this to be useful in conjunction with my diet log, it is easy to spot trends and is very simple.

Take a piece of notebook paper.

To the left of the red line mark each line for the day of the month, from the top down.

Turn the page 1/4 turn so the red line is the horizontal axis.

Draw 3 lines above the red line, at 1/2 inch intervals, parallel to the red line.

Mark the red line BAD, the line above it FAIR, the next line OK, and the top line GOOD.

Mark each day as to how you felt where the blue lines cross the others.

With paper back to horizontal you can check diet log, and write in suspect foods, good food trends, etc. If double space date lines you have more room to write. Can even play connect-the-dots.

Tried to draw it in twice but it won't take, it's easy though.


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