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Book Summary: Food reactions, both immediate and delayed, are on the rise. This Food Sensitivity Journal is a valuable tool that can help you identify which foods are triggering physical and emotional discomfort. These easy-to-use daily log pages allow you to record food, mood, and more, for 2 months. Journal includes information about food sensitivities and food allergies. turdy hardcover with wire-o binding lies flat for ease of use. Elastic band place holder.
Book Summary: Would you like to keep track of your symptoms after eating? Would you like to understand better what is causing you difficulty? This 3-Month Food Sensitivity Journal may help you identify foods that trigger physical and emotional discomfort. Easy-to-use daily logbook to record *foods and drinks *medicines, vitamins *symptoms *triggers *bowel movement *pain level *mood *monthly overview *food list to organize the foods *contact list *notes This information is useful for both you & your doctor. Journal measures 8,5'' wide x 11'' high.
Book Summary: Would you like to keep track of your symptoms after eating? Would you like to understand better what is causing you difficulty? This 3-Month Food Sensitivity Journal may help you identify foods that trigger physical and emotional discomfort. Easy-to-use daily logbook to record Daily: sleep weight diet exercise water intake food and drink medications supplements triggers symptoms (pain, digestion, bloating, hives, poop type) + 3 custom panel Monthly: digestion bloating hives pain poop type + 3 custom charts food reintroduction notes In addition to the 3-Months Daily and Monthly Symptom Tracker, you can also track your Lab Tests, track your Medications and Supplements, create your personalized Food List, record your Appointments, and write Notes This information is useful for both you & your doctor. Journal measures 8,5'' wide x 11'' high. It is also a great addition to the Tropical Weekly Meal Planner Notebook. You can find it easily: 1. by copying and pasting this ASIN number into your Amazon search bar: B09HG59H8F (for Sunday Start) or B09HFV3NXQ (for Monday Start) 2. or by clicking on the author's name in this listing
Book Summary: Food Diary and Symptom Log Book is perfect for discovering food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances. This Food Diary and Symptom Log Book includes: 6+ months (192 days) of undated daily food and symptoms log Consolidated symptoms log tracker Extra note pages Use this journal to: Record food and drinks per day Write down all meals, snacks, and supplements Track symptoms and notes Discover food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances Keep track of your diet Keep notes organized Specifications: 6 months, undated. 6x9 inches 112 pages Paperback Matte finish on cover For more related products, click on the author name above.
Book Summary: When dealing with food allergies, it can be difficult to identify which food is causing a reaction. That's why it can be useful to keep a food and symptom tracking journal. It helps you track foods consumed and reactions over time, so you and your doctor can identify patterns and triggers, as well track general nutrition and quantity of food being consumed. It can also help you track improvements over time. Whether you are managing food allergies, FPIES (Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome), a breastfeeding food allergy, food trailing, or a TED (total elimination diet) This journal is specifically designed for the breastfeeding mother and child. It features two-page spreads for 90 days in which you can note: The left side is a side by side food journal for mother and child where you can log all the foods you and/or your child consumed, medications, and the current new food trial and how many days you have been trailing it. The right side features a convenient check list of symptoms, so you can easily capture what happened, and an area for time symptoms started and any notes you may want to make about the specifics of the reaction. There is also a column for any additional notes you may want to note for the day such as activities, seasonal conditions like weather, temperature, air quality, exposure to other allergens like animal hair, pollen, mold, chemicals like carpeting or paint, and other physical conditions at the time like cold or flu, or injury. You can also note whether intervention was required, such as medication (Epi Pen, or other), ER visit, visit or call to a doctor. At the beginning of the book there are pages to list safe foods, unsafe foods and foods to trial for both mother and child. Keeping it all in one place makes it easy to keep track and add to the list over time. At the end of the book there is a section to note concerns to discuss at your next doctor visit, including date of appointment and topics/concerns to discuss. Other helpful tips for food tracking: It may be useful to note whether the food was cooked, baked, homemade, processed, packaged, raw, or restaurant created. Note the brand and name of pre-packaged foods. If possible, note the ingredients (ask the restaurant for an ingredient list), and/or take a photo for future reference. Note: A food diary is a tool to help you and your doctor, it is not a intended to diagnose a food allergy. Always work with your health care professional to identify and treat food allergies.
Book Summary: Health Journal: Discover Food Intolerances and Allergies can help you identify your food triggers, allergens, and symptom patterns and can be used by you and your doctor to develop a suitable management plan.
Book Summary: Because food allergies can be confusing to figure out, we have developed this logbook to help you track symptoms and log a personal food diary. Certain foods can cause hives, nausea, diarrhoea, itching of the mouth, a runny nose or even asthma and you don`t know what has caused it. That`s why it is useful to keep a food and symptom tracking journal. It helps you monitor foods consumed and reactions over a period of time, so you and your doctor can identify patterns and triggers, as well track general nutrition and quantity of food being consumed. This journal also includes a convenient check list of symptoms, bowel movements, sleep patterns and pain levels so you can easily capture what happened and what kind of food may have triggered this. There is plenty of space to add your notes about the specifics of the reaction.