Author : IIFYM Anthony
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
Do I Add Back Calories I Burn During Exercise?
This is one of those questions we get every day. "Should I add calories that I burn during exercise back to my total". While I can see why this is tempting, the answer is a firm, absolutely not! Here's Why: If you used the IIFYM calculator to get your macros,...Read More
Tracking Macros While Dining Out: The 3 Best Approaches
Dining Out, If It Fits Your Macros Style You’ve just been invited out to dinner with your friends on a Friday night and immediately feel some excitement at the thought. Soon after, however, anxiety sets in. What about your macros? You do after all have fat loss goals! The great...Read More
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 for...Read More
Should I Limit Fruit Or Dairy Products While Doing IIFYM?
No, is the simple and short answer here. Unless you have an intolerance (autoimmune disease), allergy to certain products or dietary preference, there's no reason to limit yourself here. Dairy products and fruit aren't the culprits that cause fat gain. The Proven Reason Fat Gain Occurs It's the overconsumption of...Read More
- 10 Low-Calorie Starbucks Drinks Worth Your Macros
- 2 Macro Diet Recipes
- 7 Best Macro-Friendly Vegan Protein Sources
- 7 High Protein Snacks To Help You Reach Your Protein Macros
- IIFYM Protein Muffins - Peanut Butter Oatmeal
- Why Is It Better to Weigh Rather Than Track Volume?
- What do I do if I hit my macros but have left over calories?
- How Do I Exchange My Macros?