For me the best nutritional plan is one that simply provides guidelines. For example give me daily limits on fat, protein, carbs, water, sugar and all that but let me choose how to prepare it. Tell me I can have between 50-65 grams of fat but don't tell me how to eat it. I love cooking and creating recipes and most nutrition plans don't allow for creativity in the kitchen. Also living in Mexico a lot of ingredients that are recomended on here, daily burn tracker or other sites are impossible for me to find so I need flexibility.
How far under are you? What are your goals? Weight loss, gain? How tall are you? How much do you weigh? What's your BMI? How physically active are you! How demanding is your job? Please answer these questions then we can help you.
Totally agree and you'd be amazed how many people share this viewpoint!
My job provides me with an iPad and I wanted to load the dailyburn app so that I could workout at work, however I can't seem to find the app. When I go to dailyburns main page it asks if I want the app, I say yes but the app store does not have it. I was wondering if this is because I live in Mexico or if theres another reason. If it is because I live in Mexico then could someone from dailyburn please fix that and
Make it available for me?
It's amazing how many people have asked the same question and dailyburn just keeps ignoring us. The tracker site and this site are totally different and not linked in any way at all. It's disappointing and frusterating that dailyburn keeps ignoring the needs of its paying customers.
I am doing a very simple fruit smoothie in the mornings simply organic frozen berries and home brewed iced green tea. Not nearly as nutrient filled as others but super yummy. I also love frozen fruit, homemade organic soymilk and some tofu (also homemade and organic) in a smoothie. I know lots of people are moving away from soy products but I love my homemade tofu!
if you want to track your food carefully check out the other dailyburn site. I find it really helpful. I also agree with what the others have posted: don't starve yourself (above 1200 calories each day), make sure you are balancing carbs, fat and protein, do not eliminate any group, give your body time to recover because that's when muscles grow, and stop staring at the scale, measure yourself or get your body fat measured because remember muscle weighs more than fat! Good luck!
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