Category Archives: Nutrition

How to Deal with an Unsupportive Support Structure.

support

Normally, I am on the science soapbox telling you about what the science says about weight loss, health, or longevity, but today I want to cover something more on the personal side of the weight loss journey. Specifically, your support structure and systems. I’ve been coaching or working with clients or coaches themselves for over […]

Beyond Tracking Macros: How to Develop Skills for Life

Tracking Macros

Tracking tools & Learning skills for life.  In the Macros Inc Facebook group, we see posts now and then related to the end goal: breaking free from weighing & tracking macros and using the new skills we learned to proceed without the need for these tools.  Is it possible to be successful without tracking?  Yes, […]

The Scale Stopped Moving… Now What? How to Bust Through a Plateau

Weight Loss Plateau

By: Calvin Huynh | Macros Inc. Coach The Dreaded Plateau The early stages of weight loss are great.  You’re excited, motivated, and it doesn’t take too long for a couple lbs to slip off. However, after weeks and months of dieting, the story can get seemingly grim. Restricting calories, getting your steps in, and staying […]

Intermittent Fasting and Fat Loss

Intermittent Fasting & Fat Loss

By: Tom Franclemont | Macros Inc. Coach What is Intermittent Fasting? Intermittent Fasting (IF), sometimes known as Time Restricted Feeding (TRF), refers to eating only within a shortened period of the day, typically within a window ranging from 4 to 8 hours in length (1).  This strategy is usually used by people who are looking […]

What If I Go Over on One of My Macros?

Over my Macros

Author: Tom Franclemont When Things Don’t Go as Planned You forgot to plan ahead today and it’s not even time for dinner yet, but you’ve already used up all of your fats for the day. What are you possibly going to eat that only has protein and carbs? Don’t worry…your macro targets aren’t that strict! […]