but it’s to demonstrate a point. You don’t have to always be tracking to stay on track. I teach my clients how to balance their macros through tracking their food but once they get the hang of it it’s really easy to identify foods that are going to help fuel your body rather than work against it.
➡️ Take my lovely yogurt parfait. It’s a pretty decent balance of protein (yogurt), carbs (strawberries, granola and honey), and fat (yogurt and granola/nuts). Once you learn how to choose foods that will balance each meal (making sure to include some protein) I can bet that your macros will be pretty close to your goals by the end of the day.
It doesn’t have to be complicated, but putting the work in upfront reallllly pays off in the long term allowing you to eat what you want without sacrificing your health goals. So there ya go… I’ll post a list of my go to, easy high protein foods later since that is always the hardest for people to fit into their day. ?