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June 8, 2016

One of our most frequently asked questions is about what macros our customers should be eating and in what quantities.

Part of the answer is simple. Everyone can benefit from eating a diet balanced in carbohydrates, protein and fat. Each macronutrient has its own important role in your body. A balanced diet supplies your body with energy and is a key factor in reaching your health and fitness goals among many other important factors.

Part of the answer is a bit more complicated. Macro needs vary greatly from person to person depending on many factors. Some of the most important factors include weight loss or weight gain goals, lean mass vs. fat mass, activity levels and health factors. For example, a person who exercises frequently might benefit from a meal plan higher in carbohydrates to fuel their workouts than a sedentary person who does not frequently exercise.

The great news is that there is a way to get this right! Our experts at Fit Choice Foods are here to help. They excel in meal planning and macronutrient recommendations specified to you and your body and goals. Contact us today!

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January 9, 2016

What are Macros and why are they important?

Macronutrients or ‘Macros’ are nutrients needed in large quantities by the human body. There are three major macronutrients: carbohydrates, protein and fat. Macros provide calories which convert into our body’s main source of energy.

Carbohydrates: We have the greatest need for Carbs out of all three of these macros. Carbs are our body’s main source of fuel and can be used by the body easily for fuel. Carbs are mainly found in starchy foods like grains and potatoes and can also be found in fruits, vegetables, beans and some dairy in lesser amounts.

Protein: We need protein for growth and tissue repair, preserving lean muscle mass and energy when carbs are not available among other needs. Protein is mainly found in poultry, meats, fish, meat substitutes and in dairy products and other foods in lesser amounts.

Fat: Consuming fat doesn’t make you fat! In fact, consuming some fat is essential for survival. We need fats for normal growth and development, energy and to provide cushioning for our organs. There are three main types of fats: saturated, unsaturated and trans. Saturated and trans fats have been shown to increase the risk for heart disease. Unsaturated fats are the best fats to consume and are found in olive oil, coconut oil, nuts and avocado.

Achieving the right balance of Macronutrients is incredibly important to health and fitness goals, energy demands and overall wellness.

If you have any questions on what macros are right for you, then just send us an email!

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