Awesome information, thank you… I started lifting about two to three months ago, and barely started to see some results, I heard about macros and how this can help build muscle and lose body fat, which is actually my goal. I want to lose body fat, build lean muscle and tone my body, but in terms of diets I don’t know what to eat, that’s why I’ve been reading about macros and I found your article. I’m currently 29 years old and weight 128lbs, I workout at least 3 hrs p/week. I tried to calculate “my macros” according to what I read and this are my results:
CARBS: 245 G PER DAY.
PROTEIN: 163 G PER DAY.
FATS: 61 G PER DAY.
Can you help me? How accurate are this calculations?
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