We have created the WAG Holiday Nutrition Guide—to help you have a fantastic season, while still staying healthy.
Who doesn’t love saving money, buying in bulk and bringing tons of macro-friendly Costco foods home to help you hit your macros?
Many people come to WAG Nutrition wanting to know how many calories they need to lose weight. Then, when they get the initial macros from their coach, they wonder “how do you calculate macros?” or how to calculate a calorie deficit. Use this calorie calculator guide as a jumping-off point.
Calories, macros, grams, ounces…OH MY! What is the difference between calories and macros and why is counting one often more effective than the other? How do grams and ounces play into this whole thing?
When it comes to weighing & tracking food, not all clients will be comfortable with it. Here are some alternative nutrition strategies for all personalities.
Whether you prefer flexible dieting, keto, paleo, plant-based or another style of eating, counting macronutrients (macros) is an excellent tool to assess the proper ratio of fats, carbs and protein your body needs to reach your specific goals.
It’s natural for people to want an easy button. Following the path of least resistance is a really intelligent way of approaching things. And there’s no exception when it comes to nutrition, weight loss and wellness.
Stop using the excuse of being busy! It's time to stand up for yourself and your health and make a decision to be fussy about your nutrition!
You’ve probably come across words like free-range, grass-fed, wild-caught and organic in relation to keto food sources. We’re here to get to the bottom of what these phrases mean and why it’s important to opt for these foods.
This guest post is from Misbah Haque of The Airborne Mind.
It’s exciting having the opportunity to say yes to projects that interest you, but it also shows strength if you can recognize when saying yes to everything is actually going to set you back in your goals.
It may be time to implement some new tricks to stay on top of your nutrition at work, starting with these fresh ideas from Adee and Michael.