How Long Does It Take to See Results Counting Macros?

When you set a goal to lose weight, the next question is often “how long will it take me to reach my weight-loss goal?”, right?

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The Top 6 Things Holding You Back from Losing Weight

As a nutrition coach, one of the questions friends and family ask me most is, “Why can’t I lose weight?”. It’s a common question and not all surprising since the process of weight loss is complex and has a lot of variables.

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Should I Weigh Food Before or After Cooking?

Should I weigh my food before cooking? Does frozen food weigh more? How important is it to hit your macros anyway? If you have asked yourself these questions, or maybe typed them into Google (guilty!), you are not alone. It can be hard enough to decide what to make for dinner for the week, let alone knowing when or how to weigh it!

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Macros, Calories, Grams and Ounces: What are the Differences?

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?

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Alternatives to Macro Tracking: Creative Ways to Help Clients Build Consistency

As a nutrition coach, you will work with many different types of people. Some clients will be super engaged and communicative while others would prefer you take the lead. Some will follow your suggestions to a T well while others will need more encouragement. You may even come across clients who will want you to help them with alternatives to macro tracking.

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Should I Eat When I’m Not Hungry? How to Answer This Popular Client Question

“Should I eat when I’m not hungry?” “I know I was under my protein macros all week, but I was just so full at the end of the day.” “The numbers you gave me are just SO much more than I normally eat - I can’t imagine eating all that food and still losing weight!” If you’ve been coaching clients for a while, you’ve likely heard something similar to one of these statements.

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