Twitter-based food diary. Use Twitter to track what you eat by 'tweeting' food items you've eaten from your mobile phone, IM or through Twitter.com. 'follow twye' for more info.

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Reviewed on May 18, 2010
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It's important to understand that your food diary is publicly accessible through the Tweet What You Eat website. There is a privacy option under "settings" where you can choose to not have your food diary updates published on the home page, however, when people go to your food diary they will be able to see your entries. Make sense? Do what works for you. For some people, having the food diary public helps you hold yourself accountable and stay on track. Others...that might make you uncomfortable. For me,