If someone would be so kind as to look at my diary. I've eliminated all of my "fun" foods and meal replacements and replaced them with foods I thought would give me more protein and less sugar. By doing this it seems like I'm headed in a direction to go OVER my calorie goals but my macros are looking better...I guess.
I'm still struggling to get my protein in; but why am I going so far over my calorie goals?
This week my largest meal has been breakfast, so I'm guessing I should replace my whole milk Greek yogurt with something less calorie dense
I'm really at a total loss here, because even if I replace that I wouldn't have enough calories to make dinner...¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I've always read that in order to lose fat you must burn more calories than you eat...do people really burn over 1200 calories in a day? Is this really how it works?