Why did you join the program?

I had spent several months getting into the habit of exercising regularly and seeing really good progress in strength and health, but slow progress in fat loss. I joined the program to learn the right portions specific to my body to help me to lose fat. I have struggled to keep a food journal and count calories previously but was very interested in all the meal-planning resources that came with this program.

What is the biggest positive change you’ve noticed?

I feel more in control. I’ve learned that eating good food takes work and planning. I’ve learned to put in the work at the beginning of the week to ensure I have the protein and vegetables to eat that keep me feeling full. I’ve also learned which foods are filling for me.

What are you most proud of?

I’m proud of the choices I learned to make during celebrations and eating-out events throughout the program because there’s always a special event of some kind.

I was very intentional about how I talked to my daughters about this program. It wasn’t “going on a diet” and that there weren’t foods that were specifically restricted. It was about making choices to fulfill the macros that were available. So, when eating out, I still participated and enjoyed myself, but I saved two meals for the event and chose items heavy with vegetables (and not just salad).

Share your journey in 5-6 sentences on how this program has transformed your life?

Before this nutrition program, I thought I was eating healthy with a treat here or there, but I was wrong. The program has transformed my life because I’m now mindful of each food choice I make. When I eat, I consider whether it will give me the right kind of calories and nutrition that my body needs to make the progress I want to see.

The best part was that I saw the results in fat loss consistently throughout the program. When I had some ups and downs, I usually knew what was affecting those results. I didn’t get discouraged by the setbacks because I finally knew that I had the tools to move in the right direction and continue in that direction.

If you could give your past-self a message...

Listen to your body. It is ok to have rest days and still make good progress. Rest is part of the process and the journey. Take two rest days a week. It will help you push harder on the other 5 days.

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