Poor calorie tracking can lead to diet failure, RD says

04/22/2013 | Food & Nutrition Magazine online

Underestimating the number of calories eaten and overestimating the number burned through exercise can sabotage weight loss, registered dietitian Michaela Ballmann writes. She notes that keeping a food journal can help track calories, but dieters also face problems with emotional eating, turning down food offers and eating out at restaurants too often.

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