Calorie and Macro range for goal instead of one number
With my clients and myself I never give them just one number to eat. It’s really restricting. I wish we had the option to make their goals between a certain range
Michelle Labno commented
YES!!!!! It is also important to note that our metabolisms are not static and we all have a calorie range that we live in. Similarly that a calorie deficit does not need to be ONE number. It is very restrictive and an old mindset.
Lexie Ward commented
Yes please! I give my clients ranges such as 2000 - 2200 calories with minimum protein, and I'd like them to see see accurate adherence %s
Robert Hercus commented
Similarly, if you are a coach who teaches low carb/keto methods, or you are helping a client build muscle, it would be useful to set nutrition targets such as BELOW 50g carbs or ABOVE 160g protein.
Over time I've learnt that for a good portion of clients a calorie range is better than a static number. For example, rather than 1800 calories I give them 1800-1900.
Since a lot of people tend to overthink and stress about Go ing over/under when new to counting calories, I think this would help the psychological aspect of the of adherence.
Also, with macro's rather than telling them 'hit your carb/protein/fat goal within +/- 5g', they can see it.
Maybe just an option for the calorie and protein method but ideally full macro's as well.