Did I Eat That
Weekly Menu Planner

Did I Eat That
Weekly Menu Planner

Welcome to Susan's Did I Eat That?

Welcome to Susan's
Did I Eat That?

(DIET) Weekly Menu Planner, Shopping List, Daily Food Log, and Weekly Weight Loss Chart!

Did I Eat That: Weekly Menu Planner, Shopping List,
Daily Food Log and Weekly Weight Loss Chart
(Six Months)

Did I Eat That:
Weekly Menu Planner,
Shopping List,
Daily Food Log and
Weekly Weight Loss Chart
(Six Months)

D.I.E.T. Did I Eat That? Weekly Menu Planner
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Did I (Really) Eat That?
OK, So It’s Time to Shed Those Pounds and Inches!

Did I (Really)
Eat That?
OK, So It’s Time
to Shed Those
Pounds and Inches!

Our 212-page handy weight-loss tracker is ideal for planning out your weekly menus—weekly shopping list included! 

We make it easy to log your daily food intake—the easier you make it, the more likely you are to stick with your weight-loss diet. Having a way to “keep track” keeps you on track. 

Keep track of your weight loss progress too: simply add your weight loss to the chart at the back of our book!

The weekly grocery shopping list
is broken down into 6 sections:

The weekly grocery shopping list is broken down into 6 sections:

  • Fruits & Veggies
  • Dairy
  • Meat
  • Frozen
  • Snacks
  • Ingredients for special recipes

and has an area for you to write in what you’re going to eat each day, like cereal for Breakfast, soup for Lunch, and a salad for Dinner

The following 7 pages (for that week) are your Food Logs. These daily food logs are separated into four sections:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks

and each meal’s chart has the 

  • Time you ate
  • Items you ate 

and their respective 

  • Serving Size
  • Calories
  • Sugar
  • Protein
  • Fiber
  • Carbs
  • Fat

Daily Totals Too

We’ve also included an area to add up your totals for the day.

Now we’ve armed you with a fun, quick, and easy tool to keep track. It’s your job to choose healthy fruits and veggies, low-fat dairy products, and low-added sugar foodstuffs. And get some exercise!

Did I Eat That: Weekly Menu Planner, Shopping List, Daily Food Log and Weekly Weight Loss Chart (Six Months) will, as the name implies, keep you going for a full six months!

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Have You Tried the Keto Diet?

If you seem to start a diet at the beginning of each new year, maybe it's time you tried the Keto diet. It worked for me! The premise of the Keto diet is to reduced carbs significantly, increase your (good) fat intake, and eat enough protein.

This winning combo makes that flabby belly disappear!

I have written a few books on the Keto diet and share how it works. Take a look at "Finally Keto, a Lifestyle Diet that Finally Works!" shown below. Yes, it was a Keto diet that finally worked for me - hence the title of the book.

Finally Keto - A Lifestyle Diet that Finally Works eBook

I also created a recipe book called "Quick & Dirty Easy Keto Recipe Favorites" shown below.

Buy Now on Amazon - Quick & Dirty Easy Keto Recipe Favorites eBook

Whichever diet you choose to lose weight by, keeping track of what you eat is of paramount importance. If you don't know what you're eating - calorie wise - then how can you know just how much you're overeating?

I want to leave you with a tip: Eat More Fiber.

Why Eating More Fiber is Good For You

Eating more fiber provides several beneficial effects for digestive health, weight management, disease prevention, and more. Some of the key benefits of getting enough fiber include:

  • Promotes digestive regularity and prevents constipation by adding bulk to the stool to help waste pass more easily. Fiber feeds healthy gut bacteria as well. All of this keeps digestion running smoothly.
  • Helps manage weight by promoting fullness from lower calorie foods, slowing digestion for steadier blood sugar/insulin, and boosting metabolism via gut bacteria that breaks down fiber. This can aid in maintaining a healthy weight.
  • Lowers cholesterol and risk of heart disease by binding to cholesterol from food and eliminating it from the body before it enters the bloodstream through the digestive process.
  • Helps control blood sugar by slowing down the absorption of sugars in the small intestine to prevent unhealthy blood sugar spikes and dips. Steadier glucose helps manage prediabetes and diabetes.
  • May protect against certain cancers associated with lower fiber diets. The mechanisms are unclear but it appears the digestive process with fiber reduces problematic compounds.

So with powerful protective effects across digestion, weight, heart health, blood sugar, and more - it's clearly important for adults to get the recommended 25-35 grams of fiber daily through fruits, vegetables, beans, lentils, oatmeal and whole grains like quinoa, Brown rice and sprouted wheat bread. A fiber boost delivers major health advantages long term!

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Susan Gast created this website to showcase her puzzle books and other fiction and non-fiction books she's written and produced since 2012. Read Susan's story here.

Since 1980, Susan's involvement in publishing - in one form or another - led her to create "reviews" of products related to the publishing industry. She realized it was time to explain how she created all those books and got them to market.

Since 2010, Susan has also owned and operated Easy Food Dehydrating where she is featured on the Mother Earth News blog, and on Solo Build It (SBI). Read her first SBI interview and her second SBI interview.

The sites mentioned are hosted by the amazing team at Solo Build It!

Do you want to send Susan a quick message? Visit her contact page here.

She'd love to hear from you!



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