It’s time for you to recalculate your caloric intake

Ooooops, we meant to say it’s time for you to recalculate your information intake.

There are countless women and men out there counting calories and eating crappy, unsatisfying meals because they are desperate to lose weight, and subsequently feel better in their bodies and lives.

And they are going nowhere fast.

Or, more accurately, most of them are going nowhere very slowly.

The reason is counting calories, carbs and protein fats, or anything else, is not the first step on a weight loss journey.

Ideally it’s never part of the journey, unless you are really into fitness and working out then knowing your ‘macros’ is useful. But that is not most people.

Of course you need to make sure you’re getting the proper nutrients. And what you eat can have a huge impact on your weight and how you feel.

And eventually, you will probably want to start tweaking your diet to optimize your energy.

But that is NOT where you start.

Starting there is like starting to learn Russian by translating Anna Karenina.

Or learning calculus before knowing how to count from 1 to 10.

Or setting off in a sailboat to circumnavigate the globe, without knowing how to sail.

It doesn’t work.

It’s not smart.
It can be dangerous.

And it’s sad.

You’re setting yourself up to fail.

Which of course, works in favor of the weight loss gurus, big name ‘health’ brands, and fitness instructors out there. Because when you feel like a failure, you feel like you need them. And you are willing to spend big bucks, over and over again, for products and services in the hopes of feeling different.

If you have failed to lose weight this way, you are not a failure.

You simply haven’t the right tools.

You have been trying to run a race without having learned how to walk first.

Learning how to walk (i.e. having a deep understanding of how you ended up where you are now, getting crystal clear on why you really want to lose weight, changing your mindset, learning how to start craving ‘healthy’ foods, etc.) is what we teach.

Then everything else - what foods to eat, when and how to exercise, how to set up your environment for success, getting the support of others - is icing on the cake.

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Jason & Kate

Jason Su