A list of meals to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner – which simply doesn’t work for 99% of the public.
Instead, let’s start by eliminating nutritional deficiencies.
You probably don’t want to hear about your nutritional deficiencies, but you likely have one OR MORE
(Over 80% of the population has at least one nutrient deficiency)
You’re definitely not going to be your best with one or more of the body’s essential nutrients lacking.
So, to eliminate deficiencies, your first order of business is to get:
a bit more protein,
lots of vitamins and minerals (nutrient dense foods),
sufficient healthy fats, and
Once nutritional deficiencies are addressed, you can start to focus on things like food quality and portions.
“Is counting calories important for weight loss?”
Counting calories is often complex, time consuming, and full of errors. The good news: There’s a better way. Weight management is a simple equation: Eat more than you burn, and you gain weight. Eat less and you lose weight.
But the physiology behind “calories in, calories out” is actually much more complex and dynamic than most people realize.
It’s also highly imprecise; we estimate that there’s typically an error of up to 25 percent on the ‘calories in’ side, and on the ‘calories out’ side.
Counting calories is an external system. To really win at calorie control, you’ll need to tune in on your internal hunger signals.
For these reasons, and more, we tell our clients that for most people, counting calories is a lot of work for very little benefit. Continue reading “Game Plan for a Guaranteed 6-Pack”