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Results in 6 Weeks

This is Rhiannon after her first six weeks of Fat Loss. Her two pics are striking because she lost a lot of weight, but she transformed her body.
This is the value of NOT starving yourself and NOT eating as little as possible. Our diet cycles help you lose weight AND hold onto muscle so you visually see the difference.

What are Macros?

Macros is short for macronutrients, the three macronutrients are Protein, Fats and Carbohydrates.

Why are Macros important?

Depending on what you do and your goals, your macronutrients can be manipulated so you reach your fat loss goals in both a dieting cycle and when your calories are normal.

What about Calories?

Let’s not kid ourselves, calories matter a lot, you have likely just been doing them wrong. The biggest mistake that people make when dieting is they trap themselves with lower calories. With Eat To Perform we fix that so that you can lead a more flexible life.

That said, MACROS ARE CALORIES!

One gram of Protein equals four calories, One gram of carbohydrates also equals four calories and fats equal nine calories. So what we are looking for is the right macro split for each person based on their goals.