I do good all week and then wreck my progress as soon as the weekend hits.

Ok…you’re eating pre cooked chicken, Brussel sprouts and rice for lunch, plain oatmeal for breakfast and some kind of salad for dinner.

What fun is that? There’s a social and psychological aspect to dieting.

Say for example, an average sized female eats a calorie count of 1 1 1 1 1 Monday-Friday and on weekends it’s a 6 6. Totaling out to 16,000 calories.

She’s food focused all weekend, cravings through the roof, feels starved, lethargic,unproductive and weak.

Now increase her calories Monday-Sunday 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 totaling out to 14,000 calories. That’s a 3k deficit give or take depending on activity levels and a few other things.

See where this could have a huge impact on someone? Sleep, mood, and energy improve. More food through the week creates more energy which leads to increased neat, increasing the deficit.

Eating the foods you want on a daily basis allows for a lot more nutritional freedom than
this rigid “whole30” diet 🙄

“Clean” foods don’t mean fat loss. Less food doesn’t always mean fat loss.

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March 26, 2019

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