Quick and Easy Macro Toolbox
The thought of counting macros (weighing and logging food) before it gets eaten can cause a person to instantly point judgement.
❌“I would never want to spend the time weighing my food”
❌“That sounds extreme”
How many of us have been confronted with a conversation like this... you say, “I weigh and log my foo...” and before you’re done with the word, 10 comments come flying at you.
Here are a few tools to keep in that awesome, “I need to make a point and I need to make it quick” tool box.
🔅Tracking our carbs, protein, and fat diligently is one of the fastest ways to learn about what’s really in our food.
🔅It forces us to deliberately practice recognizing portions and gain an understanding of what a balanced, nutrient rich diet looks like for ourselves.
🔅Counting macros is focusing on the specifics, once learned can be used for practical application in our daily lives
🔅Counting macros allows us to get a pulse on our current intake and the results it’s producing
🔅Counting macros allows us to recognize if our intake is working or not working for our goals.
🔅We can manipulate different variables in order to find what works best for my body.
🔅Counting macros helps us build healthy habits that become second nature over time.
The ultimate goal is for our clients to learn what their body needs to feel it’s best. To be able to sustain good habits through ebbs, flows and ever-changing experiences in life.