This article will explore the actual research related to reverse dieting, which tells a much different story than the hyped-up anecdotes you’ll see on social media. It will also explain why “dynamic maintenance” is a more flexible and less tedious strategy that offers every single benefit that reverse dieting actually delivers.
Measuring body composition seems to be a mild obsession in the fitness community, but individual-level body composition assessments are far less useful than most people realize. In this article, we explain the issues and present a few alternative outcome measures that are more useful.
This article breaks down the accuracy (or lack thereof) of wearable devices for estimating energy expenditure, and the complications that arise when trying to predict how exercise will impact your total daily energy expenditure.
Cheat meals can lead to negative psychological effects and hinder progress toward a weight loss goal. In this article, we discuss two science-based alternatives that scratch a similar itch without the negative consequences.
Calorie counting seems simple, but there are a few common pitfalls that often prevent dieters from reaching their goals. In this article, you’ll learn to navigate those challenges and develop a better approach to calorie counting for gaining, losing, or maintaining weight.
This article breaks down the two most important aspects of MacroFactor: how the app actually works, and the overall philosophy that infuses the app.
This article is Part 1 of a series of “Behind the Scenes” articles about the history, philosophy, and vision for the MacroFactor app.