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    Anonymous commented  · 

    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.

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