Category Archives: Nutrition science

This 7-Day Challenge Will Forever Change The Way You Eat

There’s one simple reason why almost every method of eating better fails. That’s not an exaggeration. It really comes down to one thing. We don’t enjoy it. There’s this myth that achieving health goals requires suffering. That if you want … Continue reading

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Avoided Avocados Because of Fat or Calories? This Will Make You Think Twice About Doing it Again.

Give the standard nutrition label treatment to an avocado, and you’ll likely run for the hills. Half an avocado has 14g fat? 145 calories? Yikes. But if we go sans avocado in our salads because it puts us over our calorie target for … Continue reading

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This is What Nutrition Labels Don’t Tell You. And Here’s How it Can Improve.

We started with a simple question: Do nutrition labels tell us the value in our foods? The answer brought us here. Nutrition labels are rigid. They communicate through the same numbers, and the same structure, every time. And you already know our … Continue reading

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All of the Science, None of the Counting

When calorie counting, you’re aiming for the number of daily calories required to achieve your goal. As discussed in our last post, there are myriad issues with the practice of calorie counting – which is why we don’t recommend it … Continue reading

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Why Calorie Counting Isn’t The Answer

Calorie counting is attractive because the logic is so simple: If you consume more calories than you use, you’ll gain weight. If the opposite is true, you’ll lose weight. The science makes sense. The practice of calorie counting, however, is flawed. … Continue reading

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