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Eating more to lose weight

Eating more to lose weight

It’s the oldest weight loss advice in the book: consume fewer calories than you expend, and you’ll lose weight. While this stands true for the short term, eating too few calories, and depriving yourself of certain food groups or macronutrients, can, in fact, sabotage your longer-term weight loss goals – and harm your health and mental state, too.

Do you nail the basics?

Do you nail the basics?

Often we get hung up on finding the workout plan that burns the most fat. The diet plan that’s got the most accurate macros. The supplement that’ll make the difference. Are we low on a certain hormone? What’s the best time of day to exercise? Is quinoa a better carb than brown rice?

What Could You Live With?

What Could You Live With?

You know how "bad" food makes you feel - bad, in a variety of ways.  You want to feel good.  That requires changing how you eat, either a little or a lot, and so you need to figure out what changes you can make that you can see yourself holding onto for the rest of your life.