Ever think you have zero in common with your mindful eating gal pal?
If you wanna get strong, you can do it by tracking macros. You love numbers, you thrive with data, you appreciate efficiency and precision. Not only can you get strong by tracking macros, but you can enjoy the process, find food freedom, eliminate fear, shame and guilt associated with eating.
If you wanna get strong, you can do it by eating intuitively. You prefer to lean into how you feel, use qualitative data, and take an inquisitive gentler approach to eating. Not only can you get strong by eating intuitively, but you can enjoy the process, find food freedom, eliminate fear, shame and guilt associated with eating.
Know what else works?
>> measuring food using your hands + fingers
>> using containers to portion your food
>> following meal plans
>> investing in meal delivery services
>> counting calories
>> cutting out specific foods
>> keeping a food diary
>> 1000 other etceteras
I’ve never said that tracking macros was for everyone, but it’s certainly the clear choice for many. If we can’t hang out with all our differently-eating friends, what kinda lame sauce party is that?
Always remember, there are multiple ways to solve a math problem.
The question isn’t, “will this work?” it’s, “will this work for me?”