Stop being a slave to food.
Learn how to eat for health and for life.
If you’ll just bear with me for a moment, I need to rant a little here…
Online coaches are all the rage nowadays. Which is great, because that means that more people are (supposedly) interested in helping others all around the world get healthy, drop fat, and gain lean muscle. Unfortunately it also means that there are people out there who don’t have their clients’ best interests in mind and will all too readily shell out cookie cutter meal plans for them to blindly follow.
This enrages me. It makes my blood boil. Especially because I used to be one of those victims.
Here’s what happened to me when I followed a meal plan:
Let me be clear, I was very good at adhering to my prescribed food. Eat x grams of this, y grams of that, pop z pills at these times of the day. It was so easy for me to not have to think about my food at all and blindly follow instructions.
That part was great. Absolutely zero guesswork for me.
What was not so great was how that changed me as a person. I became incredibly anti-social, fearing any kind of social engagement that would necessitate my being around food. I didn’t know how to act when a friend would offer me a snack or ask to meet up for drinks. I snapped at my family members when they wanted to take me out for dinner and would absolutely insist on chicken and almonds because that’s what I was allowed to eat as my last meal of the day. My meal plan said so.
Everything was in black and white. A food was deemed either good or bad in my eyes – good if it was on my meal plan, bad if it was not. I started to develop an insatiable craving for sweets, bread, and fatty fried foods all because I wasn’t allowed to have them. On the increasingly frequent occasions that I did fall off the meal plan wagon and indulge in a treat, I would be wracked with guilt, and I’d spend the rest of the day (or even the weekend) stuffing myself to the gills with these “bad foods” because I was already apparently a bad person anyway.
Slowly but surely, I became a recluse. I was so afraid of deviating from my meal plan that I turned down every single opportunity to get out of the house and have a healthy social life. As a result, I became crabby and unhappy, and I dug my heels further into my meal plan to seek some sort of fulfillment.
No one wanted to be around me anymore. And you know what was even worse? I was so consumed by my fitness obsession that I didn’t even notice. It wasn’t fun. I had long stopped enjoying what I was doing. But I felt trapped, because I didn’t understand that there could possibly be a better way to go about things.
Does this sound familiar?
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I’m here to teach you all of that.
In this guide to counting macros, you will learn how to:
Incorporate yummy treats into your day and still be fit
Shed the guilt commonly associated with many foods
Balance your health with your social life
Get to your fitness goal without the misery, crabby attitude, and paranoia
Who is this for?
This guide is for anyone who has been a slave to meal plans and is looking
for a less painful way to go about things.
It’s for those of you who are interested in learning the tools necessary for long-term, sustainable results without having to rely on a coach forever.
It’s for people who simply want to acquire a valuable skill that will help them make better food choices for the rest of their lives.
It’s for those of you who are sick of tilapia and broccoli, chicken and almonds, lean steak and asparagus.
It doesn’t matter if you have food allergies and intolerances or restrictions that for one reason or another limit what kinds of foods you can consume.
It’s not a big deal if you’re an intermittent faster
or if you like to eat six meals a day.
This guide is for you.