Counting macronutrients means having the freedom and flexibility to eat the food that you love. Getting caught up in the magic of fitting your favorite foods into your daily routine means we often forget about the importance of micronutrients.
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Get an in-depth look at how to count macros and calculate your own macros for weight loss. Learn how to lose weight without negatively impacting your performance or recovery.
You just finished a meal and you still feel hungry or maybe (if you are a macro counter) you might have gone through all your macros and you feel your stomach rumbling at the end of the day. What should you do? Eat? Not eat? Hmmm… Come along for the journey while this question is answered.
MacrosFirst is our favorite app for counting macros over here at Working Against Gravity! Because it is the macro tracking app we recommend to our members, we created a big list of MacrosFirst tutorials to make the tracking process as quick and easy as possible.
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?
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?
Here is the secret to creating the perfect nutrition plan for your client: what is “perfect” for them is the plan that meets them where they’re at. The “perfect” plan takes more than just the numbers into account. Here is why.
Is tracking macros lifelong, or are there other options? Discover the difference between intuitive & intentional eating & which one best suits your lifestyle.
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.