Dieting doesn’t have to be completely boring.
At the same time, there needs to be some guidelines to follow if you want to get results.
Here’s a useful example:
If I want to eat some ice cream on my diet (which is always the case), I’ll have to limit my intake and make sure my calories are on point.
A serving of ice cream is about 65g and somewhere around 120-150 calories depending on your favorite flavor.
I don’t know about you, but I never feel satisfied with half a cup worth of ice cream.
However, 130g (aka 1 cup) seems to be enough.
130g of mint chocolate chip ice cream is 300 calories so I just need to plan my meals around that in order to make it work.
I’ll make sure I get plenty of high quality protein, fit everything within my calorie goal, and I’m good.
How This Applies In Real Life
Theory is great and all, but if you’re looking for a real life example of someone fitting delicious foods into their diet, watch the video above.
And if you’re looking for a guide to help you get stronger and leaner without living in the gym or giving up your favorite foods, go here: