Does Journaling Encourage Healthier Choices? Analyzing Healthy Eating Behaviors of Food Journalers

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Achananuparp, Palakorn; Lim, Ee-Peng; Abhishek, Vibhanshu;
(2018)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Computer Science - Human-Computer Interaction
    mesheuropmc: humanities | health care economics and organizations | digestive, oral, and skin physiology

Past research has shown the benefits of food journaling in promoting mindful eating and healthier food choices. However, the links between journaling and healthy eating have not been thoroughly examined. Beyond caloric restriction, do journalers consistently and suffici... View more
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