Activity & Food Tracker Journal- Personalization Available

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The best way to assess one's physical activity and eating habits is to keep a log. This tracker provides space to write down type(s) of exercise and amount, calories burned and food and beverages consumed as well as their calorie counts. Includes a month's worth of daily log sheets, plus tips for improving fitness and nutrition. 32 Pages. Personalization not available in quantities 25-149
3" X 1.25
5 1/2" X 8 1/2", 64 PAGES
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5 Stars

Activity & Food tracker journal

, May 18, 2015

We order this one because it is so popular with our members. We mail them one if they are interested and most are so we mail a lot of these everyday. Our members love this book and so do we. Thank you

5 Stars

Activity and Food Tracker

, March 16, 2015

It is a perfect way for employees to log food intake and activity. We are using the Tracker for our Biggest Loser Challenge

5 Stars

Two Thumbs Up

, January 27, 2014

We were impressed with the quality of the activity and food trackers. They were appreciated by our staff as part of our healthy living program and we look forward to using them as giveaways at our upcoming race sponsorship.

4 Stars

Activity & Food Tracker Journal

, May 31, 2013

We bought this to hand out to participants at several Healthy Eating Trainings for Seniors.

5 Stars

Food Journal

, April 22, 2013

It was very handy, compact and good info

5 Stars

Food Tracker

, March 27, 2012

I bought this product because I was given one by a hospital program I was in. The product is excellent, however, the shipping to Hawaii cost almost the same as 25 journals. You sent it USPS. It could have been sent in one of their large priority boxes for $14.95. I was charged $38.00+