My food diary

Food diary is the basis for determining individual adjustments or changes in eating habits.

The diary reflects individual's eating habits. Without knowing the habits, an expert can not determine the changes that could improve the health of a patient.

Diet plan

Based on the completed food diary, a doctor, clinical dietitian or nutritionist advises dietary changes:

1. Organizing an eating schedule:

  • regular meal intervals,
  • three main meals and two snacks a mid-term,
  • dinner at least three hours before bedtime;
2. Selection of suitable food in meals or snacks.
3. Considering the reference values ​​for nutrient and food intake.
4. Appropriate procedures for food preparation.
5. Distribution of energy by individual meals.
6. Physical activity plan.

Why keep a diary?

Food diary is the basis for determining individual adjustments or changes in eating habits.

Correct recording in the diary

You will determine the days for keeping track of your nutrition in the food diary together with the clinical dietitian or doctor. 

The diary must often include several days, also weekends (Saturdays or/and Sundays), when eating habits are different than the habits during working days. 

Each day is started with a new date, which is select in the field "Diary of the day:" 

Searching, adding and deleting a food

The diary for the selected day contains all data on the meals that you have entered. Data can be randomly refreshed.

Adding unfamiliar dishes

If a certain food is not in the database, you may suggest its inclusion by clicking on 'unfamiliar dish."

Favourite dishes

If you often eat some food, you can add it among the favourite foods by clicking on the "Heart"- .

Report generation

When you fill out the entire diary for the agreed number of days, you can print it in table form by selecting the navigation link "Report".

The entire diary can be printed on paper or exported to MS Excel or Adobe PDF file, which can be send to the clinical dietitian or doctor via e-mail, upon prior arrangement.