The "eat cheap and healthy" folks have a bunch of ideas for you.
Just because they can swap for meat in a recipe doesn't mean they have equivalent macros.
If I hear one more food described as "good for gut health" I'm gonna scream.
When you're tired or busy, you need healthy food that doesn't take long to make.
Let's get some more veggies on the snack table so those celery sticks won't feel so lonely.
Serving sizes are mass produced; portion sizes are individual.
We need easy-to-digest carbs—and less protein than we think.
If you're tracking macros, a food scale is a good idea. But you have to know how to use it.
It's fine if you want to lose weight. You don't need diet culture to do it.
When's the last time you were able to get your parents to change anything, ever?
MacroFactor provides exactly the functions I used to have to cobble together from three different apps.
We've spent 100 years trying (and failing) to lose weight on 1,200 calories a day. It's time to stop.
I've had enough of that skinny cow lording "guilt-free" snacks over us.