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FOOD DIARY ANALYSIS

FOOD ANALYSIS WITH RECOMMENDATION

Don’t have time for consultation, but would like to know if what your eating needs some improvements? Get a 5 or 7- day Food Diary analysis with recommendations

We will evaluate your current diet and provide feasible, customised solutions that fit your needs and schedule.  You have 2 options for us to analyse your food and nutrition needs:

  1. Download and fill out this blank FOOD DIARY
  2. You can send us your food log via email

Note: The more detail you provide us about the foods you eat, the better my recommendations can be.

  • 3 DAYS ANALYSIS

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  • 5 DAYS ANALYSIS

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  • 7 DAYS ANAYSIS

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Example of what a Food Diary Analysis With Recommendations

Client Name: Amarachi .O.

Nutritional Goal: Weight Loss

Background: The client below has been exercising and eating healthy yet the weight isn’t coming off. She wants to know if her diet needs some improvements.

DAY 1: 

BREAKFAST 1 ½ cups of corn flakes, 2 tbsp. milk, 1 banana
SNACK ½ cup granola with ½ cup yogurt
LUNCH 1 cup of rice, salad with vinaigrette, ¼ cup almond nut
SNACK 1 apple with 2 tbsp. peanut butter
DINNER Salad with fish and water melon juice
SNACK 2 garden eggs, 1 cucumber

MEAL ANALYSIS

BREAKFAST: low protein and fibre, also filled with food that will break down to sugar. Try foods high in protein and fibre to keep you full. Example ½ cup cooked rolled oat with 1 tbsp. chia seed, 1 tbsp. flaxseed and 2 eggs (to increase fibre). Also use skimmed milk and ½ a banana or an apple.

Granolas are healthy but watch the sugar and fat (oil) in them, if it’s naturally made granola, try sticking to 1/3 cup with ½ low fat Greek yogurt.

LUNCH: Looks off, stick to a serving of grain (1/2 cup), some protein and salad (which is good). Also watch the dressing, if possible use low fat Greek yogurt or light vinaigrette. Snack is good but reducing the peanut butter to 1 tbsp. will be better (its healthy but moderation is key, also consider your fat/protein daily so as not to over load).

DINNER: looks balanced

NOTE: She might not need so much snacking.

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