Example Journal: Food Awareness Journal

Food counselors often say that one of the most important things is to simply be more aware of what you are eating, and whether or not you are eating to satisfy hunger. This example journal makes it easy to record these impressions. (You can also see an example of a simple food journal.)

The main journal description. There are four attributes for recording the meal type, hunger level before and after eating, and what was eaten:

The “Meal” attribute is described as a List:

The “How hungry BEFORE eating?” attribute is described as a Scale, ranging from 0 (Ravenous) to 10 (Overfull):

Similarly, the “How hungry AFTER eating?” attribute is described as a Scale, ranging from 0 (Ravenous) to 10 (Overfull):

The “What did you have?” attribute uses the Text option:

The resulting Event Entry screen. It may extend beyond one screen, as indicated by the yellow shading:

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