Is it healthy to keep a food journal?
Have you ever been having a quiet night at home, snuggled up on the couch watching a good movie, snacking mindlessly on chips or popcorn only to discover you have demolished the entire bag? Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt. Of course, an occasional overindulgence is not the end of the world, but if you worry your eating habits are getting out of hand, a food journal could do the trick.
Kelli Yates, who is currently studying Dietetics here at Life University, changed her mind about her career a few times before coming to LIFE. After high school, Yates started a degree in photography at the Art Institute of Atlanta but moved on to an associate degree in veterinary science while working as a veterinary technician for five years. Next came a foray into personal training before finally settling on dietetics.