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Flexible Dieting: Balancing Between Veggies & Doughnuts

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: How do you figure out your macronutrient goals?
Air Date: 9/28/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Layne Norton, PhD
Layne Norton Layne Norton holds a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Illinois and a BS in Biochemistry from Eckerd College, both with honors.

He is the owner of BioLayne LLC a nutrition & training consulting company offering coaching to athletes around the world.

He is also an accomplished drug free pro bodybuilder and pro powerlifter who is the current 93 kg class US National Champion and World Record Holder in the squat (303 kg at 93 kg bodyweight)
Flexible Dieting: Balancing Between Veggies & Doughnuts
Every day there seems to be a new diet to try that promises to help you lose weight, knock a few inches off your waist, and give you ample amounts of energy.

There also seems to be strict dietary rules you must follow in order to seek these results: avoid gluten, don't eat past 8 o'clock, exercise before you eat breakfast, skip out on dessert, etc., etc.

These tricks may help you shed a few pounds at first, but many people have a problem with keeping the weight off.

However, a new (and growing in popularity) approach is called flexible dieting, which is also known as IIFM. Many bodybuilders, power lifters, and CrossFitters use this diet to help look their best without feeling deprived.

How can you figure out your macronutrients to get the results you've always wanted?

Layne Norton, PhD, discusses the latest trend in dieting and whether or not it works.
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