The biggest challenge is not finding great nutrition information... It's having the strategies and tactics to actually apply the habits of health in order to achieve remarkable results...
Cliff Harvey PhD
Finding nutrition information isn't the hard part when it comes to making behavioural changes that provide lasting results. We are beset with information...the greater challenge is finding the strategies that work for us and the tactics that allow you to implement behavioural changes that lead to great health habits....which lead to the best results.
One of the biggest things many of us struggle with is knowing and applying 'how' to create a great meal. Sure, you could measure and weight everything and track it all in an app...and while that can be a great 'check-in' at times, doing it day in and day out simply isn't sustainable.
On the other hand, a simple, 'modular' approach to meal planning can really help people to understand the components of a healthy meal, while also allowing 'auto-regulation' of energy intake.
In other words, if you get the 'quality' of a meal right (i.e. more unprocessed and less ultra-refined food) and get the components of a meal right, you can eat relatively freely and you'll still likely end up, over time, eating the right amount for you.
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