Nutrient Optimiser [FAQ #4]

Nutrient Optimiser is our super tool to guide your food and meal choices on your journey of Nutritional Optimisation.  This section of the Macros Masterclass FAQs covers everything you need to know to use Nutrient Optimiser. 4.1        What is Nutrient Optimiser? Nutrient Optimiser is not a food tracker. Instead, we use Cronometer to record your …

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Cronometer [FAQ #3]

This section of the Macros Masterclass FAQs covers everything you need to know to use Cronometer.  3.1        Do I Really Need to Track My Food?  Many people have tried calorie counting before and failed. Trying to limit calories without changing WHAT you eat often doesn’t end well. It’s also not a wise choice to outsource …

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Macronutrients [FAQ #2]

There is plenty of controversy and confusion around macronutrients (i.e., protein, fat and carbs). This section of the Macros Masterclass FAQs outlines our data-driven approach that will empower you to cut through the noise on macronutrients to get your desired results. 2.1        Why Don’t We Start with a Calculated Calorie Target?  Many weight-loss challenges start …

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How much difference does chasing your blood glucose trigger make to the weight loss process?

While many challengers wondered, Tonya Cozart put the question to a recent Data-Driven Fasting Facebook Group:  How much of a difference does chasing your premeal blood glucose trigger make to the weight loss process?      The responses were inspiring, heartfelt, and galvanising… too good not to share. I’ve taken 6 1/2 inches off my waist and …

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Is Tufts University’s new Food Compass nutrient profiling system ‘broken’?

Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition recently released their Food Compass nutrient profiling system to the prestigious journal Nature Food. The project, led by Professor Dariush Mozaffarian, aims to rank foods based on their healthfulness for front of package labelling. Twitter lit up with dismay over the many nonsensical results.  Confusion and conflicts of interest …

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