Tracking calories and macros used to be an obsession of the fitness industry, but with the rise of balanced healthy eating, people have begun to look past the numbers and concentrate more on the types of food they’re eating, learning portion control and consuming more whole and less processed foods. Is one approach better than the other? The answer depends on what your goal is. If you want to lose weight then you need to achieve an energy deficit, so whilst it’s important to eat a balanced diet that’s rich in nutrients you also need to note the calorie content of your meals.
by Gina Welds 5 years ago
Can you get all of your nutrition from food? Why or why not?
by ngureco 13 years ago
Can Lack Of Some Nutrients In Your Diet Cause Mental-Related ill-Health?
by ii3rittles 10 years ago
I can't lose weight... Why?I have been trying for over a year. I recently cut calories to between 900 and 1200 a day. I been doing that for 2 weeks and I've only gained 2 pounds. I don't understand what I am doing wrong. I work out, no weight loss, I cut calories, not weight loss... What am I doing...
by James Kobzeff 9 years ago
What method do you suggest for someone to lose weight?Do you have a diet? Then please share it.
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