Why Calorie Counting is a Waste of Your Time

Why Calorie Counting is a Waste of Your Time!

In Health and Nutrition, Weight Loss by Rachel Smith

Great news: you don’t have to reduce your calorie intake to 1200 per day to lose weight!

You also don’t have to slog away on the treadmill for hours trying to burn up every excess calorie you ate!

Address muscle mass, electrolyte levels, food toxicity and nutrient availability, and you will be well on your way to a body that you can love every day without wasting time counting calories in and out!

Worry less about food quantity and more about food quality, and your body will thank you!

Here are the graphics from the video…

Burn More than Consume Model
Your Body adjusts to your diet
Matching calories to BMR

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About the Author

Rachel Smith


Rachel completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2006 and left private practise to open BodySmith Fitness with her husband, Matt Smith, in 2014. Rachel was awarded her Black Belt and Diploma from the Japan Karate Association in 2012. Rachel spent 6 years in competitive Olympic Weightlifting and in 2006 was ranked 7th in Australia in her class. Rachel spent 10 years in Gymnastics growing up, which set her up to springboard into her other pursuits. 😉 Rachel has extensively researched Health and Nutrition and this is her passion; to help people in their Fitness journey.