Which TDEE formula is best on the IIFYM calculator?
In step 1 of the macro calculator, the most accurate formula is the Lean Mass option. This allows you to enter your body fat percentage, which calculates your nutritional needs off of your lean body mass (muscle mass) rather than your total body weight. An easy way to break...Read More
Does Every Flexible Diet Plan Have A Moderate to High Carbohydrate Intake?
We get pigeon-holed as carb-zealots that denote other ways of eating. When it's the correct scenario we prefer to provide our clients and readers with moderate carbs in their diet plan. This doesn't mean that we are averse to eating a little more fat or protein in lieu of...Read More
Can I Follow IIFYM if I have a medical restriction such as PCOS, Diabetes?
We've had thousands of clients with medical restrictions. Counting macros isn't just for those with a clean bill of health. Macro nutrients make up everything that you consume. The nutrients your body needs don't change due to your medical dietary restriction. You'll just need to pay closer attention to what...Read More
Why Are Carbs A Focal Point While Flexible Dieting?
Losing Weight and Looking Great Makes Sense Losing weight is by far something of a focal point for people that want to stay healthy and fit. They want to look and feel great so that they can live a long and happy life. Since they are always looking for great...Read More
Should I subtract fiber from carbs?
When it comes to IIFYM and fiber, there is no additional math. With IIFYM and weight loss, we base everything off of the gross amount of carbohydrates, not net carbs. Losing weight is all about the gross amount of food we eat, which is why there's no reason to subtract...Read More