Would you like to eat what you want and get shredded?
This is the basic premise of the “flexible dieting” approach. It’s also known as “if it fits your macros” or “macros diet plan”. This is because it focuses on the protein, fats, and carbohydrates of your diet – ‘you don’t need to worry about anything else’.
After countless unsuccessful attempts at dieting, women will often blame themselves for their failure to lose weight. But before you go hard on yourself, we suggest at where you went wrong. After all, with so much misinformation about dieting circulating, who can blame you for getting caught in weight-loss scams? Weight loss is not as mysterious as the weight-loss industry makes it up to be. It all boils down to consuming fewer calories than you spend combined with an exercise regimen. There are some intricate details in between that you also need to keep in minds such as hormones, metabolic adaptations, and nutrient balance. Before you start making a sustainable dieting plan, consider the three common mistakes women make when dieting and see if they speak to you.