Macros Made Easy + a free webinar!

Happy New Year friends! I hope it’s off to a great start. I am sure a lot of you have some fitness/diet goals in mind for the new year, so I wanted to share with you my new e-book that I wrote with Quince from I Heart Macros:


If you’ve been even kind of online then your’e heard of this thing called “macros” as it’s kind of a rage right now. But trust me fitness experts have used this way of flexible dieting for YEARS. Finally you can find a way to eat ALL the food groups and not feel guilty. It’s all about how many grams of protein, carbs and fat you eat based on your fitness goals and weight. People ask me if it’s like calorie counting….but it’s just more specific. You can calculate your macros on this website or you can hire macro coaches like Quince to calculate them for you. That’s what I did for the last 6 months and I found a lot of success in doing so. I find that this way of eating has been the longest sustainable thing for me and I think I’ll stick with it for a while! It does take some time and meal prep as you need to weigh your food at first, but after a while it becomes very intuitive and just so freeing.


In our e-book we share 25 simple recipes with calculated macros, our favorite shopping guide and a brief explanation of what macros are. It’s a great intro in to the whole world of flexible dieting and I’d love for you to give it a shot! You can use code NEWYEAR for 30% off now which is the lowest price we’ve done ever!

I also am teaching this free webinar of our how I supported my weight loss outside of diet and nutrition. As many of you know I love essential oils and natural solutions so using holistic supplements was definitely a part of my daily regimen and still is. I get so many questions about it I decided it was time to teach a class, I hope it helps some of you!

Feel free to ask any questions in the comments, I’d love to help.



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  1. Kristin Bracewell:
    on January 15, 2017 at 7:02 pm said:

    How tough is it to calculate macros when you make everything yourself? I don’t really eat any packaged food. Which I’m guessing would making the counting easier?

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