Protein is essential for building, repairing and preserving muscle. It also helps us feel full throughout the day. Satiate your hunger and be kind to your muscles with these easy tips for hitting your daily protein goal!
We provide an in-depth look at how to count macros for weight loss. We’ll tackle why counting macros is an effective way to lose weight, suggestions for getting started if you’re new to counting macros, how to calculate macros for weight loss, how to lose weight without negatively impacting your performance or recovery, and how to think about macro tracking (or not macro tracking) long-term.
Whether you love spending time in the kitchen or it feels like a necessary evil, we collected the top tools that we consider worthwhile investments to make your meals more enjoyable — or at least more efficient.
Traveling for business or pleasure doesn’t have to mean giving up all of your at-home routines. If maintaining your nutrition is a priority while traveling, then make space in your suitcase for some extra goodies to prepare snacks and meals!
As much as a calorie is a calorie, eating a diet based on your specific macro needs is going to allow you to achieve your performance and physique goals more effectively.
If you’re having problems hitting your daily protein target, you’re not the only one. Adee shares her favorite tips for sneaking extra protein in your diet and setting up your fridge for macro-tracking success.
This week, Michael Cazayoux begins his Q&A Monday takeover by telling us what it was like beginning to track macros when he met Adee.
The thought of eating a meal out when you’re new to tracking macros, can seem a little daunting and overwhelming.
When we operate from a place of gratefulness we develop the ability to be satisfied in moderation. Just think of a food item that you enjoy.
Juggling your macros outside of your own kitchen can be challenging. Without some creativity and careful planning, you could find yourself tempted to order in pizza or something equally unlikely to fit your macros.