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Why Flexible Dieting Is More Useful Than Just Tracking Calories

  Walk into a grocery store and look at any packaged food. Undoubtedly one of the first things you’ll see is the calories per serving listed somewhere on the front of the package. Open the menu at many restaurants and you’ll see a calorie count by the items in the...

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Interviews DR. Layne Norton, PhD

  IIFYM: First off, thanks for giving IIFYM.com this interview, Layne. As a former client of yours, I know how busy you are, so I appreciate you taking the time to talk with me, and our members. I am sure that most of our bodybuilding members know who you are, but...

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Meal Prep: The ‘Why’ And ‘How To’

  Counting macros. It’s saved your diet, your body composition goals, and your sanity. Yet, sometimes, it can get time-consuming. There’s a reason we have so many fast food options. It’s easy, cheap, and convenient; not to mention easy to throw you off your diet plan. With that said, the...

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Is An Exercise Routine Necessary to Lose Fat?

  There's been a lot of discussions recently in the community about this, and the plain answer is; No. You don't need an exercise routine. Although voluntary activity such as cardio and/or a resistance training has health benefits and raises your energy expenditure, it's not needed to lose fat. Diet...

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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...

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