Tracking Macros

Say F You to Food Guilt

Women in the UK can spend up to three HOURS feeling guilty about the food they’ve eaten. The study showed 87 percent of British women are consumed with calorie guilt on a daily basis! What??!! I mean 3 hours in their day constantly questioning their choice of what to eat or not eat. Guilt is one of the biggest barriers to women in achieving anything more for their lives- to work on goals, body goals, lifestyle goals, business or career goals.  Constantly feeling bad or bar-rating themselves for their choices to do or NOT do something. BRITISH women will experience 45,990 pangs of “calorie guilt” in their lifetime, according to new research.A new study has revealed a staggering 87 percent of British women are consumed with guilt on a daily basis – about things they have eaten or drunk. The survey of British females of all ages revealed that, despite 66 percent saying food and drink brings them the most pleasure in life, it also brings the most pain – with the average female feeling wracked with guilt twice a day about something they have consumed. We shame ourselves for not working out enough, not putting the “right” food in our bodies, wearing too much makeup, wearing no makeup and a barrage of other negative thoughts. As a part of the “Guilty All The Time” generation, we’re…

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How to Calculate Macros for Fat loss

What are Macros? One of my favourite questions to answer? Why? Because when I learnt about this way of eating my whole body and energy changed.   So, what are macros and how do you calculate macros for fat loss? If you’re trying to lose weight, then there’s a good chance that you’ve heard the term ‘macros’ being used. ‘How can I calculate my macros for flexible dieting? ’‘What are your macros?’ ‘Does this fit my macros?’   Common questions that we get asked all the time. Learn how to work out your own calorie and macronutrient targets. In this article we’ll cover exactly what are macros and then how to calculate macros for cutting (as they say in the fitness industry). Let’s get to it.   What Are Macros? Macros is simply short for macronutrients. As the name ‘macro’ suggests, we require these food groups in large amounts in the diet. There are four macronutrients: protein, fat and carbohydrates and the fourth is alcohol, but we’re going to focus on the first three. So far, so good? How many calories someone consumes per day depends on their macronutrient intake. Protein and carbohydrates have 4 calories per gram whereas fat,…

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