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July 18, 2018 Andy Yingling Collaborator. The Other IIFYM: If It Fits Your Micros. IIFYM is better known as if it fits your macros. Over the course of the last few years, IIFYM has become one the most commonly used terms in the health and nutrition world. While it is true that macronutrients play the most important dietary role in terms of body composition, micronutrients have quickly become lost.
IIFYM, or “If It Fits Your Macros,” is a type of flexible dieting that helps people lose weight without feeling overly restricted. Rather than focusing on calories, IIFYM tracks macronutrients. IIFYM stands for “if it fits your macros,”. This dieting technique involves counting the number of macronutrients, rather than calories, that a person is consuming.
IIFYM is a form of eating based on tracking your caloric intakes instead of focusing on a “one-size fits all approach”. It’s relatively “new” as a popular dieting ideology in the fitness world and bodybuilders have been doing this flexible dieting approach for a long time already. There’s no “if it fits your micros” aspect — the IIFYM doctrine doesn’t technically say you need a certain amount of vegetables or Vitamin C. Where Did IIFYM Come From?
The seed of the current wave. One of the things that IIFYM does not consider is micronutrients. Vitamins and minerals are needed micronutrients that are crucial to overall health. Micronutrients are acquired from food & they are necessary for healthy bodies.
Moreover, the acronym IIFYM should be modified to include another “M” for “micronutrients.” Back to the Pop-Tart example (which seems to be the favorite food of IIFYM followers), it’s going to be next to impossible to fulfill your micronutrient needs eating Pop-Tarts all day with only a few protein shakes for good measure. Your weight loss calories are based on your macro calculator numbers.. The Macro Calculator calculates your TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure), then uses that to set the amount of calories you will be consuming while following the IIFYM diet for fat loss.In order to lose weight (burn fat) you need to consume less calories than your body needs.
A calorie deficit of 15-20% off of your TDEE is. IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macros) Calculator Guide. One of the most important factors about dieting is, believe it or not, how much we eat.
There are different reasons for dieting, with the main being to lose weight, maintain weight or to gain weight. In reaction, a dietary approach called IIFYM, or “if it fits your macros,” has taken the fitness world by storm. Also known as “flexible dieting,” it turns old-school, restriction-based dieting on its head by focusing instead on monitoring individual macronutrient intake.
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