How to adjust your caloric intake based on your goal
How to determine your macronutrient ratios and more!
This 22 page guide provides macro calculation templates to walk you through the math behind determining how many grams of protein, carbs, and fats you should be consuming in a day for your health goals. Once you understand how much you should be eating, you can begin to focus your food choices throughout the day to stay within these clear cut goals.
Christine Hronec is an author, engineer, nutrition scientist, and bikini fitness competitor. Holding a B.S and M.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Drexel University, Christine got her start at Fortune 100 Company DuPont as a chemical engineer for 6 years before branching out as an entrepreneur with small and mid-size start-up companies in the biotech and nutraceutical industries.
Christine is the CEO and Founder of Gauge Life, LLC. an all natural dietary supplement company, and the founder and CEO of Gauge Girl Training, an online nutrition and fitness coaching service.
Christine has helped over 30,000+ people implement a macros based approach to nutrition ranging from olympic athletes and fitness competitors to those with over 100lbs to lose. Christine has been featured in Forbes, OK! Magazine, Flex Magazine, the Huffington Post, CBS, Fox News, and Muscle and Fitness HERS.
The Macros Approach
Keeping track of calories, as opposed to what makes up those calories, can be harmful to your body despite any associated weight loss with this method. It’s not about how many calories are in your food, but the breakdown of these calories that ultimately impacts one’s body composition. Macros aka macronutrients is what makes up the caloric content of food.
All food is made up of either protein, carbs, or fats. In order to make sense of this, it starts with the awareness of what you are eating. Knowing what your food is made of and using that information to eat better is the basis of the macros approach to nutrition.
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