Studies have shown that even registered dietitians, when being monitored, still don’t track 100% accurately. It is absolutely essential that at every opportunity you track with as much accuracy as possible – we cannot stress enough, if you don’t track accurately, you will likely not see results.
You may hear stories of people eating 800-1000 calories a day and still not losing weight. That’s because they are almost definitely not eating 800-1000 calories a day!
Every study that has ever been conducted, whereby food was weighed, measured and controlled and given to subjects with the intention of creating a caloric deficit lost weight. End of.
If you are not seeing results, we may need to make an adjustment to targets, or review your tracking accuracy.