Should you count calories?
In a study of 1700 participants, those that did some form of food tracking lost TWICE the weight.
So before you totally dismiss food tracking, think again, because you don’t necessarily need to count calories.
You may consider tracking protein and fiber because these are things that will keep you fuller longer in addition to other benefits.
The fact that you are more satiated will help you eat less calories overall and this will create the calorie deficit necessary for fat loss.
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