Read this if you're too busy to track macros

People seem to THINK that tracking their food takes 6 hours a day.⁣

Which validates their story of "It's way too time consuming," ⁣which allows them to continue avoiding advocating for the health of their bodies...⁣

But let’s get super real...
The average American spends more time watching TV in a single day than they will spend on their health in an entire week.

I am done hearing people cite time as their barrier⁣.. ever heard that ole "We all have the same 24hrs in a day?"⁣ ⁣


Nobody on planet Earth gets more or less time. Fame, money, and power still don't matter⁣.

Time is the great equalizer.

So, where's the difference?⁣

The difference lies in the prioritization of each individual.

✅Everything we do daily is a priority.

❌Everything we do not daily is not a priority. ⁣

Period. ⁣

So take a look at an average day for you, and note your priorities: you are voting with your lifestyle every hour of every day⁣.

Next time you want to say "I don't have the time," instead say, "That's not a priority." ⁣

At least then we are ALL (me included) being honest with ourselves, and can practice the introspection necessary to choose, grow, learn, and evolve.⁣

If you're ready to say "My health and my relationship with my body and food are priorities," click here to apply for 1:1 coaching.

It's time to bust the carb controversy.
DLDNation coach and Registered Dietitian Amanda Ahlenius joins the Shots to the Dome podcast to enlighten us about why low carb diets don't get you closer to your fitness goals, and why carbs are actually beneficial for female hormonal health.

Learn why you don’t need to starve yourself to reach your goals, and what exercises to do to get the most "bang for your buck" in this HIGHLY educational episode!