Counting Calories and Balancing Macronutrients

Sean

Sean

I believe health is a requirement for happiness, and I believe in making people happy by being the catalyst in their full realization of the beauty and power inherent in their God given bodies. My mission for Dieticle is to create the ultimate resource in nutrition through a twofold approach: by providing knowledge through education and building resourceful habits through repeated application.

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3 Responses

  1. danielle says:

    I think it’s too much time consuming.

    • Sean Haddad Sean Haddad says:

      Hi Danielle! Thanks for taking the time to comment!

      Being healthy and food conscious definitely takes effort. Nothing that’s worth it comes easy. However, I do believe there is a balance, but it all depends on you and your goals.

      The most important thing to achieve in health is a sustainable lifestyle. The keyword here is sustainable. It is not entirely necessary to track every calorie you consume, and it’s better not to if doing so is too cumbersome to sustain. You can go a long way with improving your health just by making lots of small choices each day (eat more veggies, move more, avoid sugary sodas, etc).

      • danielle says:

        Thanks for your reply Sean.

        I agree with you. Step-by-step approach is the best. However, counting every calorie is a lot of work to do for someone with a job/kids.

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