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Personalized Macro Count

There are three macronutrients  that make up every bite of food you eat: protein, carbohydrates, and fat.  Your #FitLife Formula includes managing your nutrition by determining exactly how much protein, carbohydrates, and fats to eat per day to reach your individual goal.  Calculating your own macros requires some basic math but you are no ones clone; so even though you may have the same stats as someone else, you should avoid the pitfalls and wasted time (and money) of the DIY approach.


Complete the information below and I will email you your personalized macro calculations and a copy my BodyX by Zoe Quick Start to the #FitLife eBook.

Daily Average Activity Level

The measurement for energy expenditure is dependent on activity level. The higher this value is, the more active a person is. You should be careful when evaluating your activity levels and take into account all daily activities. Sometimes there is only the slightest difference between two activity levels, so be mindful of the differences especially when it comes to figuring out your TDEE.

TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure) is an estimate of how many calories you burn in a day based on your activity level. There are 5 levels of daily activity and 5 levels of exercise you can select which can accurately calculate (within a margin of error) how many calories you burn on an average day. TDEE Calculations are the backbone of fat loss, muscle gain, and weight.


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