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Flexible Dieting & The 80/20 Rule
Written by Caleb Laps on 8/30/19
Also known as If it Fits Your Macros  (IIFYM), flexible dieting is based on the idea that there are no "bad" foods. As long as you're hitting your specific caloric and macro nutrient goals, you're free to eat whatever you want. Sounds too good to be true, right? The reality is, all fad diets do one thing: they put you in a caloric deficit. This means you will be consuming less calories than you are burning daily. The only 
possible way to lose weight is to be in a caloric deficit every day.  Once you get this, you'll never struggle to lose weight again! Although you can technically eat whatever you want and still lose weight, I still recommend following the "80/20 rule". The 80/20 rule means that 80% of your calories should come from "healthy", more 
nutrient dense, foods and 20% from less nutrient dense foods. This  allows you to make sure you are getting the appropriate intake of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs. Using these two guidelines, you'll never have to worry about having to eat a boring or bland diet again! You'll enjoy more food flexibility while still getting amazing results!

About Author: Caleb Laps

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