How can you eat pizza 🍕+ still stay on track? 🧐🤯⁣

People ask me all the time how I’m able to eat these foods and still stay on track and it’s really quite simple…the key to a sustainable lifestyle is ONLY doing + eating what you actually enjoy. ⁣⁣
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That means if you can’t see yourself doing what you’re doing five, ten, or fifteen years from now — STOP DOING IT.⁣

It’s as simple as that.⁣⁣
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No one likes to be miserable, am I right? 😏⁣

Quite honestly, restricting yourself from entire food groups is miserable. ⁣⁣
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It might be “okay” or something you can manage until your husband asks you out for a dinner date…⁣⁣

or your kid is celebrating their birthday…⁣

or your best friend is in town and wants to have a marg to celebrate…⁣⁣
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What happens then? ⁣⁣
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If you are stuck in a rigid diet, you have two options: to say “no” and be miserable or say “yes, just this one time” which will either lead to guilt + shame or going completely crazy because you’re “treating yourself” (aka cheating yourself)⁣
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I don’t want you to have these feelings toward food, and I’m guessing that you don’t either…😬⁣

Our bodies need food + food should be enjoyed in moderation!⁣⁣
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Luckily, when you follow a customized approach to nutrition using macro counting, it does not label foods as “good” or “bad.” ⁣

This allows you the opportunity to fit foods that may been previously known as “cheat” foods into your daily allotment of macros! ⁣

Yes that means you can eat that piece of cake, have that pizza, drink the beer and enjoy that ice cream! ⁣😋⁣
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A normal daily intake consists of about 70-80% of my day filled with nutrient dense foods, leaving 20-30% for sweets and treats!⁣⁣
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This is exactly why I’m able to eat this entire pizza (#pizzawithjai) & an entire pint of ice cream later even while being on a mini cut! ⁣👏🏼⁣
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