Just kidding. Kind of. If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you’ll know that I was and am a big fan of tracking macros. However, I did NOT personally track all of my food for eight years. In fact, I’m kind of appalled by that statement (and I’ll tell you why, shortly).
But let’s rewind for a second: have you heard that you *have* to track your food in order to lose weight? Do you believe that if only you were better about consistently measuring, weighing, tracking and logging your food that you would have the body you desire?
Yeah, I used to believe that, too. Largely because of posts from influential fitness professionals, “bragging” that they had tracked their food for XX amount of time. Surely that was the secret to their ultra-shredded physiques? I mean, I’ve even created my own sort of “highlight reel” on my own Instagram, and I share different nutritional strategies on my Facebook.
So, when is too much too much, and can tracking ever be a bad thing? Read on!