In the First installment of this series, I discussed optimal protein dosage, understanding the role of carbohydrates/insulin in your plan, and making sure your diet is sustainable. So, let’s get back to fixing your shitty diet. 1. Your Body Doesn’t Lie With the If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM) rage and the many calories in/out articles… Read more »
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As soon as people hear that I’m a nutrition consultant, the first thing they ask me is what their diet should consist of. Often, they assume that I’ll name a magical diet that’s easy to follow and allows them to eat whatever they want while the fat just flies off their waistlines. I have to… Read more »
Should You Avoid Eating at Night? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but maybe there are good reasons to avoid eating at night. (I’m not talking about the old myth that says that anything you eat past 6 p.m. just magically turns into fat). I know that this is going to directly… Read more »
Here’s my latest article for Elitefts where I discuss IIFYM, calories in/calories out, low intensity cardio and whether or not you should have “cheat meals” in your quest to lose weight and get in shape. Click Here to read it and please share it if you found it useful.
Here’s a quick podcast I did for Elitefts on some of the dieting fads out there today (IIFYM, Fasting, Carb Cycling). Check it out and give it a “like”. Common Dieting Trends Debunked