Nutritional Swiss Army Knife
Have you ever felt like you were working so hard with your nutrition but not making any progress? Adee and Micheal just may have a solution for you. In this episode, they talk about how when it comes to nutrition, your Swiss Army Knife is the ability to weigh, track and measure your food and hit a certain set of macros.
While strict tracking doesn't have to be forever, learning how to do so for a period of time can help you understand the specific balance of foods your body needs to reach your goals.
And once you nail being strict for a while, it’s much easier to be more lenient with your tracking later on. Listen in as they go through Adee’s personal experience with tracking, what you can learn from it, how to get started and resources to swap to intuitive eating.
- 2:50 - Are you a cook or a baker? (analogy)
- 7:00 - Why learning to be precise in your diet initially is beneficial
- 8:45 - Becoming a “chef”/ when you know enough to break the rules
- 10:30 - Adees journey when she first started tracking
- 11:10 - Her experience switching to more intuitive eating
- 13:00 - Getting off track then coming back to it
- 14:10 - Reasons to consider strict tracking for a period of time
- 16:05 - Swiss Army Knife of Nutrition
- 18:50 - How our world is designed to make losing weight difficult
- 21:45 - Resources for intuitive eating
- 22:00 - Steps and actions you can do to start tracking
- Intuitive Eating = Nutritional Freedom
- How to Shift from Tracking to Intuitive Eating
- Macro Calculator
- Nutrition Guide Download
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