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What's For Breakfast?
Breakfast is one of the most important, but also most forgotten meals of the day. With the fast-pace world we live in, most of us wake with one goal in mind: Get to work on time. We wake up, get ourselves ready, get our kids/animals/spouse situated, and are out the door to make sure we're prompt and ready to take on the work day ahead of us. Physically, you show up on time. What about your mind an
Macro Friendly Holiday Recipe
SPINACH ARTICHOKE DIP Hey and Seasons Greeting to all you fellow flexible dieters! Are you ready for some Holiday Edition Macro Hacks?! The Holidays are a minefield of macro destroying bombs, but luckily, we have your back and have some tips, tricks, and hacks to help get you through! You can also check out my video blog here(link) for more on the perspective and mental prep for waging the Christ
How To Track Macro Recipes In My Fitness Pal
in Flexible Dieting, Lifestyle Nutrition, Flexible Dieting Recipes
December 12, 2016 · 3 minutes read
When preparing meals, especially in the form of a combination dish, it can get a little tricky to keep your macros accounted for. Do you cook everything separate? What happens when it is a casserole, or chili? What about a pie, or meatloaf? Here's 10 simple steps on how to track macro recipes on My Fitness Pal to help make dinner time a little easier. First, if you aren't familiar with My Fitness
10 GREAT MACRO TREASURES | Series 01
Don't struggle to fit common foods into your macro structure--check out these 10 alternatives to help you budget and enjoy your macros!
IIFYM: Flexible Dieting and Meal Prepping
In the years that I have been helping people with reaching their fitness goals, one thing that has always been really tough for most people and that's planning out their meals. I'm not talking about following a "meal plan" per se, but I'm more talking about preparing yourself to be successful with reaching your overall goal. It's just like anything that you do in life. If you aren't prepared ...
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