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  • 2018-04-22
  • 13:28:23

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    . Here’s a FAT LOSS HACK for you to try... ⠀ I call it the “Salad Dressing Fork Hack” 🥗🍴 ⠀ This is one of my go-to hack/strategies/tricks/whatever-you-wanna-call-it for controlling calories while dining out. ⠀ Salads are great. They're a bit underrated in my opinion. But the problem with most restaurant salads is how they come drenched in buckets of high-calorie dressing & toppings. You know, all the good stuff 😋 ⠀ This hack fixes that problem. ⠀ By ordering your salad dressing (and other toppings) on the side, you’re able to stay in control of your portions. ⠀ You do that by either: ⠀ a) using less dressing ⠀ Or the way I like to do it… ⠀ b) dipping and lightly coating your fork before each bite 👅 ⠀ The biggest (and obvious) benefit is the ability to take in fewer calories ✅ ⠀ Another advantage is that you can order a dressing you actually like WITHOUT having to deal with hundreds of extra calories. ⠀ Some people are fine (not happy. Just fine 😏) with ordering a low-calorie salad dressing. Usually, though, they'd MUCH rather have the high-calorie dressing they enjoy 😋. ⠀ Well, with this method, you can order your preferred dressing of choice, but instead of being at the mercy of whoever's in the kitchen, YOU have control 🕹 over the quantity of dressing used and, ultimately, total calories consumed 😊👌 ⠀ Now, is this one little hack going to fix all your weight loss woes? Is it going to get you lean & shredded in 30 days or less? ⠀ Probably not. ⠀ But it’s a tool that helps you make better choices, and the more tools ’n’ strategies like this you can develop, the easier it’ll be to lose fat and maintain a healthy body forever 💯 ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #cartergood #weightloss #weightlossfood #weightlosstips #weightlosshelp #weightwatchers #weightlosscoach #weightlosscommunity #weightlosssupport #weightlossinspiration #dietmotivation #weightlossjourney #diet #dieting #dietfood #dietplan #portioncontrol #mindfuleating #intuitiveeating #iifym #flexibledieting #calories #caloriecounting #healthydiet #salad #fitfood #fitnessfood #fatloss #losingweight #healthyhabits

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    • 2018-04-21
    • 21:04:31

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      . Has anyone ever made fun of or belittled your decision to eat healthy & exercise? Did it get to you? ⠀ If so, don’t let it for another second longer. ⠀ See, when you’re first getting into fitness, and you start seeing results, it’s super-duper motivating. It makes you want to work harder and harder. ⠀ So when someone says something negative like, “you’re too obsessed” or “you’re not fun anymore,” it can be a real downer... ⠀ What makes it worse is when those comments come from a spouse, relative, friend, or someone we care about 😔 ⠀ But realize this —> 99% of the time when someone tries to make you feel bad for being healthy, it’s nothing more than a reflection on themselves. ⠀ It’s not that they don’t want you to be healthy. Rather, they’re jealous (or even embarrassed) that they don’t have the same discipline. ⠀ So if people try to put you down for improving your health, here are my three biggest pieces of advice: ⠀ 1. See if there’s some validity in what they’re saying 🤔 ⠀ There were definitely times during my journey when I neglected friendships and relationships more than I should have. Making healthy choices can require sacrifice at times, but you shouldn’t have to burn bridges in the process. ⠀ 2. Grow thick skin 💪 ⠀ My friends gave me a hard time for being the “fitness guy.” I quickly learned that the best response was... no response at all. ⠀ They want me to react, so when I didn’t, it stopped being “fun” for them. ⠀ 3. Communicate how important this is to you 🗣 ⠀ Your friends and family won’t make fun of you if you clearly communicate how important this fitness journey is to you. If they do, then they have things they need to work out in their own lives. ⠀ Or hell, you know what... maybe this is all overkill and they just need more coffee? ☕️ 😌 ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

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      • 2018-04-21
      • 12:22:30

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        Let's talk about cheat meals 🍕🍺🍫 🤤 🍩🍸🍪 ⠀ Personally? I don't like the mindset behind ‘em, especially for folks who, like me, have struggled to maintain a healthy body weight and relationship with food… ⠀ See, when I was 300+ pounds overweight, cheat meals were the LAST thing I needed to be thinking about. Having a "cheat" meal was just a way to reinforce my bad habits with overeating. And when old eating habits did take over, my "cheat meal" would turn into cheat days or weeks. ⠀ I'd usually end up eating so much that the guilt I felt afterward made me feel worse than before 🙁👎 ⠀ That's why I don't like using regularly planned cheat meals for myself or any of my online coaching clients. All it does is encourage "good & bad" food labeling and unhealthy eating habits/patterns. ⠀ Now, that does NOT mean I won't have fun and let my hair down every once in a while 💃🥂... I just reserve cheat meals — or as I call them, “lifestyle meals” — for special occasions and spontaneous events. ⠀ Try not to make a big deal of it either... ⠀ Yes, enjoy the extra food, but don’t make it the primary focus. Instead, I encourage you to put the focus on the people you’re with and the memories you’re making together 👯‍♂️🕺💃 ⠀ When you go in with this type of "nonchalant" mindset, you're much less likely to overdo it. Not only that, the next day you'll feel recharged 🔋, rejuvenated 🌳, and motivated to continue making progress rather than bloated🤰, sluggish 🐌, or full of regret from losing control 😞 ⠀ Now, let’s say I have a client who’s extremely low in energy, has out-of-control cravings, or simply feels like they need a break. In that situation, I’ll usually have us take a full 1-2 week hiatus from dieting and go to maintenance before hopping back in. ⠀ That tends to work much better (physically & mentally) than having one big uncontrolled cheat meal. 🤤❌ ———

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        • 2018-04-20
        • 15:07:28

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          . “OMG, these kale chips taste better than Pringles!” - “WAIT. Have you tried Trader Joe’s new Edamame bites? Sooo good.” - “Doritos? Why not eat celery — It’s crunchy too!” ⠀ Know someone in your life that talks like that? 👆 ⠀ Course you do. We all know a few “Health Nuts” who just L-O-V-E eating nutritious foods 🤗🥦 ⠀ And you know what? More power to ‘em! ⠀ If they love swapping beans for burgers or carrots for chips, have at it! ⠀ You're probably not in that camp, though. In fact, for many, eating the recommended 5-6 servings of fruits + veggies per day can be a real struggle! Hell, even after years of doing this, it can be a struggle for me! 🙋‍♂️ ⠀ But the reality is that eating healthy foods is important. Like super-duper important. Not only for our health, but for our hunger, energy, and ultimately how good we feel. ⠀ And eating healthy doesn’t have to be miserable either... ⠀ Sure, it’ll require some sacrifice and discipline, but if you can build habits around eating them, you’ll set yourself up for success. ⠀ Here are 9 of my favorite Healthy Eatin’ Habits: ⠀ 1 👉 Plan healthy foods into your daily plan (so you don’t have to think about it) ⠀ 2 👉 Make healthy foods convenient by prepping them beforehand ⠀ 3 👉 Eat them FIRST at meals ⠀ 4 👉 Stick to ones you actually enjoy eating! ⠀ 5 👉 Buy ‘em in bulk (this’ll save you some $$$) ⠀ 6 👉 Add some flavor (you don’t have to eat ‘em bland, you know) ⠀ 7 👉 Get creative with your cookin’ ⠀ 8 👉 Don’t fear frozen (no, frozen is NOT unhealthy) ⠀ 9 👉 hehehehehehehehehehehehe Something else to add… ⠀ While it’s important to eat plenty of nutritious foods, don’t be afraid to let your guard down and enjoy some not-as-nutritious foods on occasion 🍩🍦 ⠀ Life’s about having fun and enjoying yourself. ⠀ If friends invite me out for some froyo on Thursday night, I’m not thinking, “should I stay home and eat salad or go hang with friends?” ⠀ The only thing I’m thinking is, “cookie dough or Oreo crumbles?” 🤔 ⠀ Do you have any “healthy eating habits” I missed? Share ‘em below! ———

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          • 2018-04-19
          • 23:03:08

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            Back when I was obese, I couldn’t have cared less about what foods I was eating. To me, it was all about taste, quantity, and curing boredom. ⠀ Fruits? Vegetables? Meat & potatoes that WEREN’T fried? ⠀ Yeah… not happening 🙅‍♂️ ⠀ Then things changed a bit (obvs). But instead of going from eating like an asshole to having balance, I skipped right over and went to the other extreme. ⠀ I got to where I was borderline orthorexic (obsession with eating healthy). If it wasn’t “healthy” by my standards, I wouldn’t eat it. Sure, maybe I was physically healthier at this extreme, but I was in mental turmoil. ⠀ I spent many nights at home alone eating boiled broccoli while my friends lived it up on the weekends 😞🥦... ⠀ Nowadays I’m in a much better place. ⠀ But I'm not perfect... ⠀ Sometimes I eat more pizza than I should 🍕 Occasionally I get a bit obsessed with the nutrition info of a meal 📝 ⠀ But overall, I have a healthier, and more importantly, HAPPIER relationship with the food I eat in my day-to-day life. ⠀ And when I think about “how” I got here, two things stand out: ⠀ ONE☝️ —> I learned about food 🧠 ⠀ I learned about Calories, macronutrients, micronutrients, portion sizes, etc. Those things, in turn, taught me there were no "good" or "bad" foods. Rather, some foods were more nutritious than others, and while the focus should be on nutritious whole foods, occasionally eating a Snickers or ice cream in moderation wasn't bad or unhealthy. ⠀ TWO✌️ —> I tracked my nutrition 📝 ⠀ Tracking my food intake reinforced my knowledge of Calories and portion sizes. You see, it's one thing to know it. Applying it and seeing that I could have "bad" foods every once in a while and still lose weight was a game changer. ⠀ What's more, tracking taught me a lot about myself... ⠀ I learned what foods help ME stay full and what food satisfy MY cravings. I also found out what foods increased my cravings, too! ⠀ Takeaway ✅: If you're currently struggling with your eating, I highly recommend doing those two things above. The more awareness you have of what you’re eating, the easier it'll be to find a balance that works for YOU 🥗❤️🍕

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            • 2018-04-19
            • 12:49:36

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              Hate Tracking? Try This! ⠀ Take a quick look-ski-poo through my IG feed, and you’ll quickly discover I'm a fan of food tracking. ⠀ And the reason being is simple – keeping a log of the foods you’re eating is the BEST way to ensure you’re eating in calorie deficit consistently ✅ ⠀ But(t🍑) tracking can get a bit obsessive at times, especially if you’re trying to hit specific calorie/macro targets every single day... ⠀ For the longest time, that was me 🙋‍♂️ (hi!) ⠀ I thought I needed to hit all three macronutrients perfectly — on the mark 🎯— every day. If not, some fitness witchdoctor would use voodoo magic, and I’d gain back 100 pounds overnight... or something like that... ⠀ All that worrying just ended up making it HARDER for me to achieve my goals. ⠀ For example, If I accidentally went over my nutrition targets, even by a teeny-tiny bit, I’d assume the day was a total wash. I’d say, “screw it!” and turn a small surplus into a HUGE binge. ⠀ I would always get back on track, but only for about a week or so before it all happened again 🔄... ⠀ For me, what’s worked best is setting Calorie & Macro Ranges! ⠀ With this approach, you don’t have to worry about hitting exact numbers. Instead, you focus on landing within a flexible range of calories & macronutrients, which makes it a bajillion times easier to stay consistent. ⠀ I even take it a step further and drop carb and fat targets. Reason being, as long as you’re in a deficit and consuming enough protein, you can go higher in carbs 🍞⬆️ or higher in fats 🥓⬆️ and achieve similar weight loss results. I just recommend keeping your carb-to-fat ratio balanced and not going below 20% of your total calories from either macronutrient. ⠀ The Bottom Line ✅: Tracking your nutrition is one of the best ways to guarantee consistent weight loss results, but don’t let it consume you. ⠀ Unless you’re trying to get bodybuilder shredded for a competition, it’s simply unnecessary to track every calorie and/or macronutrient to a single target number. ⠀ Remember, consistency beats perfection. Focus on being “pretty close” most of the time, and dieting will become waaaaay less stressful and MUCH more rewarding👌 ———

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              • 2018-04-18
              • 13:47:33

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                REAL QUICK 👉 before making these protein swaps, it's important to note that neither one is meant to be "healthier" for you... ⠀ When you strip away all the flash ’n’ flam of diets, the two components of nutrition that matter most (for fat loss) are calories & protein. More specifically, you need to eat few enough calories to be in a calorie deficit ⚖️⬇️ and eat sufficient protein to maintain/build muscle 💪, as well as regulate hunger 🐻 ⠀ Which is why, with these two swaps, the ONLY goal is to help you optimize those two components of your weight loss diet plan ✅ ⠀ Eating for health? Well, that’s actually quite simple too… ⠀ If most of your diet consists of whole foods (you know, fruits 🍎, veggies 🥒, grains 🍚, healthy fats 🥑, etc.), then you're already eating waaaaay better than most people on the planet. At that point, your goal should be optimizing the energy and macronutrient intake of your diet in a way that aligns with your goals of either losing fat, building muscle, or simply maintaining a healthy body 👍 ⠀ I know, I know. Seems a bit dumbed down and simplified, right? ⠀ That’s a good thing ✅ — the simpler you can make your nutrition plan, the easier it’ll be to follow in the long run. ⠀ Have a good Low-Calorie/High-Protein swap? Share it down below! 👇 ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #cartergood #weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlosstips #weightlossdiet #protein #highprotein #lowcalorie #lowcalories #fatloss #nutrition #nutritiontips #fitness #fitnessfood #dieting #diet #dietfood #flexibledieting #iifym #healthyeating #nutritionplan #dietplan #mealprep #mealplan #greekyogurt #eggs #eggwhites #mealprepping #mealprepideas #mealplanning

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                • 2018-04-17
                • 19:51:58

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                  Before you read too far, I want to sincerely apologize. ⠀ You see, some people reading this are already "woke" to the reality of today’s post topic. Others are about to have their world's rocked & heart’s broken 💔… ⠀ It definitely broke mine, and I’m honestly not sure I’ll ever recover. ⠀ What I’m talking about is peanut butter. More specifically, what a TRUE serving of peanut butter actually looks like 😢 ⠀ A moment of silence, please 😔... ⠀ Alright, alright. In all seriousness, this scenario is why I believe every single person can benefit from spending 2-3 months (at least) tracking their nutrition and weighing their food with a food scale ⚖️... ⠀ Reason being? Most people are ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE at estimating proper portion sizes. ⠀ Even someone like me — someone who has years of experience tracking & weighing food — can struggle with accurately estimating portions at times 🤷‍♂️ ⠀ There's a smorgasbord of beneficial reasons for using a scale, with two biggies being: ⠀ 1 👉 it ensures what you’re tracking actually matches what you’re shoving down your pie hole 🥧🤭 ⠀ For example, as demonstrated in the graphic, you could track "one tablespoon of peanut butter," but end up consuming waaaaay more calories than expected if you just went by what you *thought* a tablespoon of PB looked like. ⠀ 2 👉 While food scales are great, there will inevitably be situations when you don't have the convenience of a scale to be 100% accurate 🎯 (think restaurants, weddings, parties, etc...). Luckily, by using a scale, you’ll get better and better at estimating. ⠀ My recommendation? If you’re just getting started, I would buy and use a food scale whenever possible. Not only will it ensure you're being accurate, but it'll also teach you how to visualize and estimate proper portions 👍 ⠀ Need a food scale recommendation? Click the link in my bio, and you'll see a link to the one I use and recommend to clients. ———

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                  • 2018-04-16
                  • 23:46:54

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                    YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR CHOICE ——— If you’ve followed me for very long, then you probably already know all about my weight loss story. ⠀ Long story short —> I was overweight most of my life; at one point topping 300+ pounds! Since then, I’ve been able to lose over 140 lbs and maintain it. ⠀ Was it hard? Hell yes, it was. Did I feel like quitting at times? You betchya’ ⠀ But I’m not naive. I had a lot of things working in my favor. I was young, and I had time on my hands ⏰🖐… ⠀ I didn’t have kids 👨‍👧‍👦 I didn’t have a job 👨‍🚀 I didn’t have "life stuffz" to deal with 💃 ⠀ So yeah, maybe that gave me a leg up. A “head start” perhaps. But that doesn’t mean YOU can’t do this. ⠀ Up to this point, I’ve coached hundreds of clients — not to mention the thousands of message/email conversations with complete strangers. ⠀ I’ve heard it all... ⠀ I’m too old I don’t have time I work 12-hour shifts I have a slow metabolism I have too many things going on I have [insert responsibility here]… ⠀ And know what? All those things are 100% valid. They all make losing weight and building a healthy body more difficult. ⠀ But they don’t make it impossible. ⠀ Listen 🔊 ⠀ I don’t care if you’re a 15 year old about to start high school or a 70-year-old grandparent... losing weight is going to be tough cookies 🍪. ⠀ The ONLY way you’re going to be successful is if you make it a priority in your life. ⠀ You’ll have to set aside time to meal plan.You may have to workout at a less-ideal time, so it fits your schedule. ⠀ You'll have to make sacrifices. ⠀ But the good news is that you don't have to be perfect. ⠀ Can’t workout 5 days a week? Well, 2-3 days is better than zero days. ⠀ Can’t cook dinner? Prep your meals ahead of time or stock up on easy-to-cook foods like microwave meat, rice, and veggies. ⠀ There's ALWAYS a way to make it work — you just have to be willing to work around your life responsibilities. ⠀ Bottom Line ✅: everyone has things that make it hard to lose weight, but they don't make it impossible. If you want this bad enough, you can find a way to make it work. You just have to consistently do your best ❤️ ———

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                    • 2018-04-16
                    • 12:38:15

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                      4-STEP PLAN FOR CREATING A HEALTHY FAT LOSS DIET — One thing I can't stand is the constant arguing over what constitutes the "healthiest" & "most optimal" diet. ⠀ Reason being? There's no one-size-fits-all approach. Everyone responds differently... ⠀ Some folks thrive on low-carb/high-fat diets while others, like me, would rather eat shattered glass wrapped in a poopy baby diaper tortilla than give up our precious carbs 🍚❤️🥔... ⠀ And the good news is that you don’t have to give up carbs or eat poopy diaper tortillas to be lean & healthy 😭🙏 ⠀ See, there are fundamental truths about nutrition — especially fat loss nutrition — that are indisputable: ⠀ 1 —> the majority of your diet should come from WHOLE, minimally-processed foods (veggies, fruits, grains, potatoes, nuts, seeds, etc.) ⠀ 2 —> eating enough protein is important, and it's even MORE important if your goal is to lose fat 🔥 and build lean muscle 💪 ⠀ 3 —> too much sugar can be a potential problem, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy it in moderate amounts (especially if you're staying active and consistently eating plenty of foods from numbers one & two) ⠀ 4 —> regardless of which foods or macronutrients you choose to focus on, the ONLY WAY you're going to lose weight is through creating a calorie deficit ⚖️⬇️ ⠀ I don't care how many nasty-ass kale shakes you suck down or caffeine pi... I mean, "Diet Pills 💊," you swallow. Consume too many calories, and you're not losing weight. Period 🙅‍♂️ ⠀ Here's Your Takeaway ✅: If you're looking for the "best weight loss foods," or trying to decide if "Vegetable X" is better than "Vegetable Y," then you're already overthinking things 😨 ⠀ Focus on eating plenty of fruits 🍎, veggies 🥗, lean meats 🐔, nuts 🥜, grains 🍞, and other whole foods, don't shy away from occasionally having "fun" foods in moderation 🍷 🍫, and ensure you're consistently eating in a calorie deficit ⚖️ ⠀ Get those suckers right, and you're set 💪🤓 ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

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                      • 2018-04-15
                      • 13:22:05

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                        💥12 INCREDIBLY CONVENIENT FAT LOSS FOODS💥 ——— Real quick —> ❓What would you put at number 12? Comment below!❓ ⠀ If there's one thing that's severely lacking in most weight loss plans nowadays, it's simplicity. ⠀ You see, there's a lot of flash 📸 and bedazzlin’ 💎 going on with most diets... ⠀ The Ketogenic Diets 🔥 Juice Fasts 🥤💀 The 21-Day Fix 🛠 ⠀ It all sounds super-duper exciting, right? ⠀ And the results they show folks getting makes it seem like a no-brainer! ⠀ The problem, though, is that any approach calling for radical or temporary change is ultimately going to be useless 👎 ⠀ Unless, of course, you're cool with never eating carbs again, or drinking nothing but carrot juice till your 80-years-old 👴👵🥕... ⠀ Forget all that gobbledygook ❌ ⠀ The best approach to losing weight, I've found, is the simplest one, and the more convenient your foods are to cook & prepare, the easier it'll be to keep things simple ✅ ⠀ These 11 foods are some of my favorites for both convenience & simplicity. All are incredibly easy to prepare (or in the case of Chipotle❤️, easy to purchase) and fit well into a low-calorie, high-protein fat loss plan ⠀ BUT I NEED YOUR HELP‼️ ⠀ You see, I got a little excited this AM (too much of this 👉☕️) and could only think of 11 foods. ⠀ Here’s where YOU come in... ⠀ Do you have a “Convenient Fat Loss Food” that helps to simplify your diet plan? If so, share it down below! ⤵️ ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #cartergood #weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlossfood #weightlosstips #fatloss #fatlossjourney #flexibledieting #flexibleeating #iifym #dieting #diet #dietfood #fitness #fitnessfood #nutrition #nutritioncoach #lowcalorie #lowcaloriediet #lowcalories #highprotein #healthyeating #fit #fitfood #mealprep #losingweight #mealplan #mealprepsunday #mealprepideas #mealplanning

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                        • 2018-04-14
                        • 13:10:16

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                          . I hear it all the time… . “I went Paleo and lost weight without tracking my food." . "As soon as I stopped eating meat, I lost 20 pounds. No calorie counting." ⠀ Listen. I have zero doubt those folks were able to lose weight without monitoring their calories... ⠀ But just because they didn’t monitor or track or count or log their calories, it doesn't mean calories don't count. In fact, the ONLY way any diet will help you lose weight is through creating a calorie deficit. ⠀ With Weight Watchers, it's "points" With Nutrisystem, it's pre-portioned meals With Paleo, it's eliminating processed (often high-calorie) foods ⠀ The bottom line: Every single diet approach that works has strategies & rules in place to help you eat fewer calories. ⠀ So… how can you benefit from this knowledge? 🤔 ⠀ Here’s how 👉 You can focus LESS on trying to find the "magic" diet and focus MORE on what actually matters and making it works for YOU! ⠀ If you like eating low carb, do it If you enjoy tracking your WW points, more power to ya! ⠀ Personally, I ❤️ calorie counting & food tracking in general. Reason being, it teaches you fundamental truths about every single food we eat. Once you know the calories & macros of everyday foods, you basically become a wizard at adjusting portions and being flexible with your day-to-day diet 👌 ⠀ Whatever diet you choose, though, just remember the foods and systems of the diet aren't what melt away the pounds. It all comes down to consistently eating in a calorie deficit. ⠀ Oh, did you make it this far? HI! 👋. Real take —> If you wanna learn more about the fundamental truths of nutrition and the approach to losing weight I used for myself and my online clients, then click the link in my bio to enroll in my FREE Fat Loss Course! ——— ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #cartergood #weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlossdiet #weightwatchers #lowcarb #nutrisystem #paleo #lowfat #southbeach #mediterraneandiet #caloriecounting #countingcalories #weightlosstips #fitness #fit #nutrition #nutritionfacts #nutritioncoach #weightlosscoach #diet #dieting #dietcoach #losingweight #howtoloseweight #cleaneating #dietfood #dietplan #caloriedeficit

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