Diet Submission

What you consume matters. If your body is to be Mine to play with then it best be fuelled to go the distance. Not just any fuel either; clean-burning nutrient rich fuel is what you need. This is why I use calorie counting along with macros to ensure you eat the right kind of and amounts of food to achieve your goals.

There are different diet needs depending on your height, current weight, activity and goals; weight loss, maintaining, or muscle gains. On top of that taste varies greatly. What is steadfast for proper dieting is eating micronutrient rich calories and the right amount. Using Macros and Calorie counting, your diet will be fully fueling you, and easily adjustable.

I will control what you eat and it will fuel you to serve

I will give you tips, keep you motivated, and go into more details of things I want to see in your diet as Wwe continue. For now you will be actively involved, knowledgeable, and aware of what you are and should be consuming. When you’re done studying and know the basics Wwe can get into more fun instructions.

Know your required caloric intake and macros based on your goals to meet My standards. Remember your body type, size and activity will make a difference.

Calorie Counting

The calories you consume in a day are your total daily calories. To know how many calories you should eat you calculate your target weight, age, and training.

Total Daily Calories (target weight × [training hours + intensity] +/- age metabolism) 

Here’s the average calorie number for a man who wants to maintain his current weight based on a moderately-active man of average height (approximately 5’10”) who weighs 175 pounds:

  • 20-year-old man: 2800 calories per day
  • 30-year old man: 2728 calories per day
  • 40-year old man: 2651 calories per day
  • 50-year old man: 2573 calories per day
  • 60-year old man: 2496 calories per day
  • 70-year old man: 2418 calories per day
  • 80-year old man: 2076 calories per day (assuming he is lightly-active)

cite: https://www.verywellfit.com/average-calories-per-day-for-a-man-4121367

If you are sedentary or lightly active you should consume fewer calories per day to maintain your weight. If you are very active (you work a job that includes physical labor and/or you exercise vigorously on a regular basis) you should consume more calories per day to maintain your weight.

By counting the calories you are putting into your body you can ensure you are meeting your energy goals, but sometimes it’s hard to know what kind of calories to eat. Remember, all calories you consume come from macronutrients. This is where using macros ensures you are getting the variety of nutrition the body needs.

What Are Macros?

Macros is an abbreviation of the word ‘macronutrient’ and simply refers to the three main nutrient groups:

Fats
Carbohydrates
Protein

The way you tinker with the macronutrients that make up your daily calories can help you lose fat, maintain your weight or gain weight, depending on what you’re eating and whether you’re eating above or below the amount you’re burning each day.

If you need a reminder of what foods fall into each category, save this handy infographic to your camera roll:

Not all macronutrients are created equally. For every gram of protein and carbohydrate, your body is provided with 4 calories of energy, while fat provides 9 calories per gram.

To work out how many grams of each you need you multiply your total daily calories by the % (eg. 40% = .4) of that nutrient. The protein and carbohydrate figures are then divided by 4 and the fat figure by 9. The final figures will be how many grams of each to eat.

For example, here’s an 2650-calorie diet with a 40% protein, 30% carbohydrates, 30% fat ratio.

Protein = 2650 x 0.4 = 1060/4 = 265g
Carbohydrates = 2650 x 0.3 = 795/4 = 199g
Fat = 2650 x 0.3 = 795/9= 88g

What Macro Are You?

There are so many possible variations to macros, but here are 3 examples of macros to serve different goals you are welcome to use as guidelines.

Weight Loss

Decrease calories
33% protein
45% fat
22% carbs
This split is for weight loss. To cut your gut for good, include more fat in your diet.

Maintenance

Increase/Maintain/Decrease calories
25-30% protein
29-34% fat
41% carbs
This split is for maintenance and strength training. Increase metabolism and convert fat to muscle.

Muscle Gains

Maintain/Increase Calories
40% protein
30% fat
30% carbohydrates
This split provides sufficient carbohydrates to fuel your workouts, enough protein to build and repair muscle and healthy fats to maintain optimal hormone production – vital for staying built and lean.

Check out the man diets I have already created for inspiration on your own diet needs

To help customize the best macro or learn about flexible dieting aka IIFYM (if it fits your macros) nutrition use the macronutrients calculator: https://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/macronutrients_calculator.htm

Are you Ready To Diet FLR & FemDom Style?

Now you have the tools you need to adjust to a flexible diet that will serve you so you can serve Me. If you need more guidance send tribute and I’ll be happy to coach you.

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