You don't have to track forever, but I promise you, if you aren't meeting your goals, tracking will help you fit that last missing piece of the puzzle together. 🍎
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⚠ TRACK YOUR FOOD⚠️
I am not saying you HAVE to count calories and track macros, because it can be a tedious job. If you are trying to lose body fat, you should be logging your food intake in one way or another.
▪️ If you're on a diet, it's really easy to stray. Having your food written down helps you stay on track.
▪️ It is extremely important to be honest with yourself as well. Don't log 1 cup of pasta when your plate is full.
▪️ If you aren't logging your food, how do you know you're getting enough/too much? This is especially important for fat loss as most "healthy" choices end up being consumed in higher amounts than necessary.
▪️ When I say quality, I don't mean organic this and GMO free that. I'm talking about the micronutrient dense foods, and the best bang for your buck. (e.g. Ground beef, frozen veggies/fruits). 4) Identify Strengths & Weaknesses
▪️ You may think that you're eating perfectly for your goals, but I can almost guarantee that when you write everything down, there's going to be some sore spots.
▪️ Nobody is perfect, and everyone has room for improvement. Logging your food can ensure that you eliminate/lessen your weaknesses and build on your strengths.
This is an area of fitness you can control, so I absolutely recommend you do so. Tracking and eating for your goals will help you get there faster.
Leave any questions or comments below and I'll help you out! 👇 👇 👇
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