A Beginner's Guide To Counting Macros (that's Fats, Carbs & Protein)
Do you count your macros to ensure you eat the right level of protein, carbs and fats? Here's how to follow the macro diet to eat a lean, healthy diet. http://www.womenshealthmag.co.uk/nutrition/fat-burning-foods/3806/introducing-the-macro-diet-fats-carbs-protein-levels/
Green: veggies with less than 2.5 g carbs - you can eat in larger portions. Yellow: between 2.5 g and 5 g carbs - OK, but eat in moderation. Red: more than 5 g carbs - be careful. It's quite easy to eat 100 g or more when eating vegetables so keep it to small amounts.
The 40 Best Low-Calorie Foods. Low-calorie doesn't have to mean low on flavor or nutrients. Fill your fridge with these healthy, calorie-friendly foods that support your health goals and weight-loss efforts!
How to Plan Macro Nutrition Meals. If you're following a macro nutrition plan, but struggling with how to plan your meals (or how to adjust your favorite recipes), this resource is for you! I'll walk you through how to plan your meals according to your macro goals, so you can stick with your plan and overcome the frustration.
MEASURING YOUR MACROS: WHAT 50 GRAMS OF CARBS LOOKS LIKE. Carbs are your body's favorite energy source. Learn which carb sources are best and how you can easily measure them without using a scale! Bodybuilding.com