When the Food Scale Dies.

My new scale on the kitchen counter. The bowl is also the cover. Picture copyright NutritionMap 2012

A digital food scale is the best tool in your kitchen for portion control.  A friend of mine recently told me his story of his predicament when his scale died while measuring his meal.  I should not have laughed, because that following week my 10 year old scale kicked the bucket.  Now you may be thinking “what’s the big deal?”  however my digital food scale keeps me in line when it comes to measuring my portions, especially snack foods.

I ran out and purchased a new one, returned it the same day because the buttons had to be punched to work and picked up a new one to try.  My scale had a great run however I am in love with my new scale.  I keep it on my kitchen counter at all times instead of putting it away after each use.

For more information on how a digital food scale can help you lose weight and keep you in line check out my book Nutrition Map: Your Guide to Eating Healthy in the Real World available in print and digital copies.

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