Better diet adherence is seen with electronic-diary use

“But the results didn’t last after 2 years, study finds”

They said that “over time, participants’ adherence declined, particularly in the later phase as contact frequency declined and subsequently ended.” And this is why at 24 months the effect of the electronic diary plus feedback faded.

This suggests that for optimal results one should continually seek advice from health professionals.

To keep a food and activity diary, go to the USDA’s SuperTracker.

http://consumer.healthday.com/Article.asp?AID=662673

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