Diet Tools

Some of us on the 17 Day Diet have great success in groups of friends who are trying to achieve the same goal, while others do well independently.

Grab your success tools for the 17 Day Diet

Speaking of groups, one of my BEST tools is my free Facebook Support Community.

Regardless of what works for you, here are some diet tools that are designed to help you reach your weight loss goals.

Quick Cycle Reference

Here's a quick cycle reference, or a "cheat sheet" showing a birds eye view of the 17 Day Diet

I give you a quick birds-eye view of the 17 Day Diet in this Quick Cycle Reference, which I lovingly refer to as my “Cheat Sheet”.

In general terms, I lay out what cycle each general food category is allowed in.

You can check out the 17 Day Diet Quick Cycle Reference page to get a good idea of what you’re getting yourself into.

Weight Loss Diet Contract

Take an extra step in committing to yourself with a weight loss diet contract that you'll sign and keep as a daily reminder

For those who want an extra commitment, here’s a weight loss diet contract that you can sign yourself agreeing to do the best you can.

Think of it as a self-commitment contract.

Go a step further and print, sign and post this contract where you can see it every day as a reminder of what you’ve promised yourself you’ll accomplish.

Food Journal

Keeping a daily food journal for the 17 day diet is key to your success

When it comes to losing weight, it’s no secret that keeping a daily food journal is key to your success.

Whether you log your food intake on a app on your phone or handwrite in a paper journal, keeping tabs on your food intake will give you a glimpse into why your weight loss is working, and what you may need to adjust to get it working again.

If you’re looking for something a bit more robust than this one-page journal, then consider my paperback daily food journal called Simply Me. It’s available on Amazon.

Weight Loss Chart

Keep track of your weight loss as well as your measurements in this Weight Loss Chart

Getting healthy is much more than looking at a number on the scale.

Body composition is super important, too.

In this handy weight loss chart, I give you a downloadable PDF “Weight and Inches” progress form so you can track all aspects of your weight loss.

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