Quick: how many calories in a piece of cheese? A cup of brown rice?
If you know nutritional information off the top of your head but you're still struggling with reaching your goals you may need a different approach.
What I am about to say may raise some eyebrows. If you count calories, eliminate carbs, measure portion sizes and track steps you will see a difference.
BUT... the numbers can only do so much. For example- the nutrition information on our food is based on the average amount of energy the portion size supplies.
Our minds can only manage so much at once. So if we are preoccupied counting calories or repetitions we aren't able to fully focus on other things.
I guarantee if you are counting how many leg lifts you are doing you are not pulling your abs in ;)
Maintaining a strict diet while balancing work and relationships is nearly impossible.
Learn how to make food a part of your life instead of letting food obsession hijack it
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