Monthly Accountability & Consistency Mini Pod
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Monthly Member Challenge!
This month we are going to focus on properly fueling our bodies. The #1 macro that almost everyone under eats is protein. This is why for the month of July we are going to make hitting our protein goals a priority!
31 Days, 1 Gram of Protein, Per Every 1 Pound Goal Body Weight, Each Day!!!
How to calculate how much protein you should be eating is easy. How much would you like to weigh? Is your goal weight 150 lbs, 125 lbs 225 lbs? Whatever your goal weight is, that's how many grams of protein you should be eating each day.
If your goal weight is 150 lbs, then you should be eating 150 grams of protein each day
If you goal weight is 135 lbs, then you should be eating 135 grams of protein each day
A High Protein diet provides many benefits:
- Boosts the metabolism and increases your ability to burn fat
- Reduces appetite and cravings
- Helps maintain weight loss
- Increases strength and muscle mass
- Helps to stay in shape longer
- Aids in overall bodily function
Goal: Over the next 31 days, Eat 1 Gram of Protein, per every 1 pound of GOAL body weight!
- Planning is going to be key to hitting your protein goals.
- Plan to eat between 30-45 grams of protein with each meal
- Try to eat as much whole food protein as possible: meat, seafood, animal-based items
- Track your protein intake each day
Do you want to learn more about why a high protein diet is beneficial?
Check out this post: High Protein Diet!
Need help with what to eat to hit your protein goals?
Check out this cheat, cheat: Protein Cheat, Cheat!
Learning to live a healthier lifestyle together, never getting bored with our food, while reaching our goals!
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