I don’t know if I believe in seasons anymore.
Yesterday it was almost 60 degrees, and today there is snow.
It has been both a beautiful and messy week over here. I won’t type too much, but I do want to preface this week’s Five Minute Friday vlog.
This week I’m talking about one part of my nutrition project, which involved recording everything I ate and drank on a typical day of eats. I also used the course’s diet analysis software to calculate my daily goals for calories, macronutrients, and micronutrients based on my age, weight, height, and activity level, and then entered my “typical day of eats” data to find out how my diet measures up to my goals.
So here’s what I thought about it all!
A few notes first:
- If talk about calories or macronutrients is triggering for you, I recommend you skip this vlog today. ♥︎
- I cheated— the video is not under five minutes. This was actually my second take, and I still couldn’t get it under five minutes!
- I say at the end, “Just because some nutritionist or some nutrition program tells you what you should be eating, as long as you’re as balanced as you can be…that’s all you can ask for.”
- Clarification: PLEASE DO listen to your licensed nutritionist (RDN, LDN). They know what they’re doing. I obviously don’t. My point is that even RDN-approved softwares and diet analyzers are not end-all-be-alls. The computer/calculator does not know YOU in person.
video link here in case it’s not working!
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
So tell me:
Do you feel better when eating more of a certain macronutrient?
How do you feel about the big protein hype?
What are you doing this weekend? Studying, working, and Super Bowl partying!