May 23

Should You Change Your Calories?


Hands down, the most common question I get from women who are struggling to lose weight after menopause is, “Should I change my calories?” And the short answer is “Probably not.” But if you want to learn all about it, let’s dive in!

You’ve been trying to lose weight for a while. Months. Maybe even years. And in spite of your best efforts, the scale is either staying the same or bouncing around within a couple of pounds.

Every time you weigh yourself, you’re feeling frustrated and doubtful. At the end of the day, you’re looking at your numbers and wondering why you’re even bothering. It just seems like you’re standing still.

So you must need to change your calories, right?

GOALfriend, I feel you on a deep, soul level. But instead of continuing to spin around and around with the question, “Should I change my calories?” on this week’s episode of the Get Your GOAL podcast, I’ve got four even better questions to ask yourself.

If you’re ready to shift out of calorie confusion and into weight loss confidence, this is the episode for you.

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