Whether you’re new to tracking your macros or have been doing it for a while, some weeks can be tough and frustrating. You may feel like you’re constantly playing macro tetris and can’t figure out how to hit your numbers without pounding protein shakes or having every single meal and snack portioned out in a tupperware. Maybe you’re just feeling bored with the process and becoming a little lax with your tracking. If you’re having an off week or feeling overwhelmed as you get the hang of tracking, taking a little extra time to set yourself up for a good week can make all the difference.Read More
This shredded chicken is one of my go-to batch prep recipes because it is so quick and easy to make and can be prepared on Sunday to last you a whole week of meals. You can use it in salads or wraps for lunches or add it to any dinner recipe that calls for chicken.
You can find this recipe, along with 6 different dinners and lunches that use this shredded chicken as the main ingredient, in the Everyday Macros Cookbook located inside The Good Stuff.
Most of us have lived for years believing that the key to successful fat loss is willpower.
If we just resist our cravings and suppress our hunger, we will be successful dieters. If we just stick to our plan, eat the same food every day, and say no to every treat and drink offered, we will finally lose that weight.
That’s not the case.Read More
The fitness industry thrives on quick fixes. From challenges promising you’ll “lose ten pounds in a week” and “melt fat in 21 days” to fitness products guaranteeing a six-pack overnight. But here’s the problem: quick fixes turn us into quitters. We don’t need short timelines and restrictive rules; creating lasting change requires knowledge and skills that allow you to make small changes, consistently, over time.Read More
Last month we shared some macro-friendly dishes to add to your Thanksgiving meal, so this month we’re sharing a few easy ideas that you can bring along to a holiday party or family dinner!Read More
If you’re looking for a yummy treat for your next holiday party, these seasonal macro-friendly cookies are perfect. They’re soft and chewy and taste like the holidays in one bite, not to mention they have zero grams of fat and less than 50 calories per cookie!Read More
Believe it or not, alcohol is actually a macronutrient! But unlike the other macros, alcohol can be a bit tricky to track. Learn how to accurately track alcohol so that your drinks aren’t compromising your goals.Read More
As much as I love a traditional family recipe, when you’re tracking your macros or simply trying to be conscious of your nutrition choices, traditional recipes may not exactly “fit your macros.” Today’s post is here as a quick guide of ways to make healthier, more macro-friendly versions of your favorite recipes using simple ingredient substitutions.Read More
If you find yourself cutting your gym time short or having to take some extra days off this holiday season, remember that just moving your body more can increase your NEAT (aka, the amount of calories you burn). Here are a few simple ways to keep your NEAT up when you’re short on time!Read More
When you’re tracking your macros and you have goals that you’re chasing down, eating in social settings inevitably brings about a bit of anxiety. Now, let’s talk about a family dinner, specifically a holiday family dinner, that’s centered around eating. How do you approach this kind of meal with some semblance of balance and mindfulness?Read More
The holidays bring about lots of time with friends and family and with that usually comes lots of food. Don’t let anxiety about your food at to your holiday stress this season. We’ve got you covered with these healthier macro-friendly versions of all your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. Your family won’t even know the difference and you can enjoy your meal, guilt-free.Read More
If you have serious fat loss goals, a maintenance period is a necessary part of your fat loss journey. If you have spent considerable amount of time in a calorie deficit, you should plan on taking periodic maintenance phases to add in more calories and give your body (and brain) a little break.Read More
With the holidays around the corner, there’s no doubt that our calendars will start to fill up with extra social events these next two months. And whether you’re at a family gathering, a work party, or a gift exchange with friends, chances are food will be involved. Here are some strategies to help you stick to your goals through the holidays.Read More
My favorite part about fall weather is all the soup! Soup dinners are easy for a lazy chef like me and are my favorite way to prep food that will last throughout the week. This chunky sweet potato turkey chili is my favorite, because each serving is a generous size and packs in tons of lean protein and vegetables.Read More
You can have have some candy without ruining your day, and you can enjoy the holiday without feeling guilty the rest of the week. Here are a few of our best tips to help you navigate trick-or-treating, office treats, and Halloween parties with friends.Read More
Today Coach Kate is sharing her three of my favorite macro-friendly items that she can’t live without. Read about her favorite high-protein sweet treat and a few other high-volume tricks to keep you full and happy without sacrificing good food.Read More
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