One of the most frequently asked questions we get for the Stay Fit Mom nutrition program is…
“Will your program work for me if I have thyroid issues?”
We’re melting in Las Vegas. Basically I stay inside between the hours of 10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m. unless we’re going swimming. Seriously. Good thing the other 3 seasons are so wonderful. If you don’t have a rower for this one substitute a run (if it’s bearable where you live) or bike for the 3 minutes each round. Have fun!
If you live a full life, chances are there will be days when you are on the go ALL DAY LONG. If that’s the case, don’t you dare think your ONLY option is hitting up the drive thru or concession stand. You can hit your macros just fine living out of a cooler. Today, we’re bringing you our favorite on-the-go food storage gadgets as well as our favorite on-the-go recipes for hitting your macros out of a cooler all day.
If you’re looking for a gluten free, dairy free recipe this one is for you! Coach Lindsay insisted this one go on the blog next so here it is! This one made its debut in cookbook 2, Home Cooked Meals for Every Macro Budget, and doesn’t get the attention it deserves. It’s a super simple recipe and so good!
How strict do you have to be with macro counting? Determining your goals and urgency to reach those goals should help you answer that question. We tell our clients the fastest road to success with macro counting is hitting your macros 7/7 days within range (+/-2g for fats, +/-5g for carbs and protein). Our job as coaches is to find our clients’ sweet spot with macros. This means we want to fuel our clients so they’re BOTH getting enough AND are able to stay consistent WHILE seeing fat loss results. We also realize we are human beings with real lives, families, and events. We like to present our clients with the facts and let them choose wisely knowing the consequences.
When I was ten years old, I became one of the only girls in my fifth grade class to begin puberty. I suddenly started to get curves, and none of the other girls had them. Those curves were emphasized by the fact that I was only four feet and ten inches tall. Boys began to notice, all of my friends began to notice, and pretty soon, everyone noticed.