How to Reduce Your Snacking

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How to Reduce Your Snacking Do you eat the whole block of chocolate when you have a craving? If so, you’re not alone. Most people eat the entire thing, regardless of how much they want it. It’s not uncommon to have no idea why you’re snacking in the first place. Check out this podcast episode […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Macro Tracking

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The Beginner’s Guide to Tracking Macros Tracking Macros has been trending for a while now, and there’s a good reason why.  Unpopular opinion: You don’t have to track macros to see results BUT learning about them will lead you to a healthier diet in general… So keep reading to get the low down on everything […]

3 Common Mistakes of Macro Tracking

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Macro Tracking is becoming a very popular diet style for weight loss. If you’re wondering what it is, let me break it down simply for you:

It’s the same as counting calories, however you allocate your daily calorie target into the type of macronutrient they are: Protein, Carbohydrate or Fat. The total of each macronutrient target will add up to the total calorie target.

Macronutrient targets are individual to your gender, age, height, goals and your daily activity level. The key is to balance the amount of energy (calories) you are consuming with the amount of energy (calories) you are using each day. Simply put, when you consume less calories than you use, you lose weight. Of course humans are complex creatures and so it is never as simple as “Just Eat Less” which you can learn about here: Here’s Why Weight Loss isn’t as simple as “Just Eat Less”

While macro tracking may seem simple, doing it correctly can be a time consuming and frustrating process. Especially if you aren’t seeing the weight loss results that you’re expecting. Keep reading to learn about the most common mistakes people make and how to avoid them.