"You can't out train a bad diet."
We've all heard that before. And most folks have some sort of intuition that they "should" be eating better.
However, there's a lot of information out there. And a lot of misinformation. And a lot of good information being applied to the wrong situation. Something like the infamous square peg being jammed into the round hole. Or like running a Robert Frost poem through Google Translate a few times. First to Chinese, then back to English. The structure is there and parts are familiar, but it's mostly just strange, jumbled, and confusing.
Maybe you've tried counting your calories. Or your points. Or your macros.
Maybe you've religiously dialed in your food quality trying everything from vegan to paleo.
Or maybe you've been overwhelmed by all of the conflicting advice out there, said "I just need to figure it out," and done nothing.
Regardless of whether your goals are primarily focused on performance or body composition, eating in alignment with those goals is paramount. It's essential to filter through the overabundance of information and start taking action on the "big wins". In nutrition, just like in everything else, there are a few things that will get you disproportionate results if done correctly.
It's not about reading more blog posts or "getting serious" and making massive lifestyle overhauls (that inevitably end up being short-lived).
It's about understanding that behavior change has more to do with psychology and habit than it does with information, and filtering through all of the noise to focus on the things that matter to you and your goals.
Does that mean a high carb diet? A low carb diet? Do you have to weigh and measure your food? Do you need a meal plan? How often should you stand on the scale?
Like so many other things, it depends. But we can get you on the right path for your goals.