Flexible dieting is a new diet that has many critics and supporters all over the world. You may know its second name “if it fits your macros” (IFFYM).
This diet is about a healthy approach and balance, as the first rule of this diet is flexibility. It says that you can eat everything, if it fits your macros, and you can continue slimming down. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
This diet is good for those who are tired of strict, boring diets, and who don’t want to eat clean all the time. Is it just too good to be true? Well, let's figure it out. If you are looking for a healthy diet that can help you maintain a healthy weight for longer, you should think about flexible dieting. Scroll down to read three things that you should know about IFFYM to start your transformation.
What is it?
This is an effective eating plan that allows you to eat your favorite products such as cookies, pizzas, burgers, ice-cream, french fries and candies. You can eat fast-food and obtain your dream body.
How does this diet works?
There are plenty of healthy products that you usually eat when you follow a diet such as broccoli, asparagus, green apples, grapefruits, cottage-cheese and boiled eggs.
And there are bad products which you love and hate at the same time, such as milk chocolate, hot-dogs and fried chicken wings. Flexible dieting doesn't distinguish foods as simply bad and simply good.
You do not need to focus on eating only healthy products, as you can eat everything. All you need to do is to count the amount of carbs, fats, and protein you should eat per day and start dieting.
What is important to pay attention to when starting flexible dieting?
First and most important, you should learn how to track your meals. If you are a well organized person and you like tracking your meals, this diet is the best option for you.
It should also be mentioned that, although you can eat everything, that doesn't mean that you will have clean skin, healthy nails and strong long hair. If you want to look good, you should balance your diet with healthy products such as broccoli, spinach, carrots, cucumbers, olive oil and fish.
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