The following example is the same example included at the end of the YouTube video below: 1. Jane calculates her BMR using an online BMR calculator (http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/) and is told her BMR is 1530. This means that even if Jane lays in bed and does nothing all day, she still burns 1530 calories. 2. Now, Jane has to account for …

## How do you calculate your exact macros/macro split? (Macros part 3)

So you’ve figured out how many calories you need to eat to reach your goals. Now what? How to you figure out how many grams of protein, carbs and fat to eat daily? This video breaks down the following: How to calculate your protein macros/how many grams of protein should you be eating? How to calculate your carb macros/how many …

## How many calories should you be eating? (Macros part 2)

Whether your goals are weight loss, weight gain or maintenance knowing how many calories you are eating can be key to reaching your goals. The following video goes over: How to calculate your calorie intake for weight loss How to calculate your calorie intake for weight gain How to calculate your calorie intake to maintain your weight How to calculate …

## What are macros? Do you need to count calories and macros? (Macros part 1)

What exactly are macros? This video goes over the basics of what macros are and answers the following questions: What is the calorie breakdown of each macro? Why you should count macros. What is the difference between counting calories and macros? Do you need to count both calories and macros?

## Measuring cups vs. Food Scale

Essentially if I had used a measuring cup to measure my oats everyday for 5 days, I would have consumed six 1/2 cup servings intead of five because 1/2 cup = 48 grams. Those 8 additional grams over the course of 5 days totals another 40 grams which is a whole extra serving. While this might not make a huge …