1. Did two takes of this video and somehow my fat recommendations didn't make this cut. As always recommended, healthy fats are essential to a balanced nutrition plan. One of the biggest mistakes I made earlier in my youth (as I stated in a video on the topic) was following a no-fat diet. Now, I am sure to include them in every meal. In the example provided, you want to either cook with them (pasta in a cracked red pepper and olive oil red sauce) or add them directly (sweet potato mash with added butter). If fibrous carbs were spinach for instance, I would never eat them raw. I'd instead sautée with garlic and oil and mushrooms for more flavor. Remember, if it's not tasty you won't eat it long term. This defeats the purpose of establishing a game plan for PERMANENT healthy eating! I'll publish the unseen footage on my instagram @athleanx for those interested in watching!

  2. When counting macros… particularly protein… should you go by your goal weight calculating how much you need or your current weight even if you are 50 pounds overweight? Thanks!

  3. Imma try this. My hugest issue is not eating enough vegetables. I've been getting better and eating 4 servings every other day. One day is fruits and the other is vegetables. Better then what I use to do which was eat none of these at all lol.

  4. i try to 6 pack 12.00 am 3 taco gone i really want but i love food especial sugar stuff and bread and also your video 🙂 thank you so much for giving time to teaching

  5. Jeff and team, I have the AX meal plan and watched almost all videos. I don’t disagree with anything you say but I want to comment that we all are not hard gainers with low appetites. Yes weight loss is mostly what you put in your mouth and I can’t blame someone else for that, but I feel Jeff, Jessie and the other social media fitness are just hard gainers with low appetites, what about us (easy gainers?) who are always hungry? I’m not even sure what I’m asking, but again, many of us are not “hard gainers” can we get Jesse’s opposite?

  6. It’s still so complicating trying to figure out the healthy amount of food per day to lose fat build muscle when your a short skinny fat chick :(( oh and old too . Damn it!

  7. I can't eat protein… be it beans, soy or tofu. I am a vegan for medical reasons and the amount of protein I can actually eat ( I have to weigh my protein intake…) wouldn't fill the smallest section of that plate…

  8. So , when losing weight , lots of meat and veggies and less pasta/potatoes. When ripped and constant on the workout, you start swapping some of the veggies for the pasta/ potatoes and see what works.

  9. This video is excellent I been doing this for a long time now, and it does work ,I lost fat and gane muscle very helpful Athleanx and well explained, but for some people like they said you can take your horse to the river but you can’t make it to drink water good luck on your diet everyone

  10. I’m always addicted to pasta and couldn’t stick to carb free diets, i’m in diet for so long and tried several methods and i was freaking and used the calories apps for months but i had to come up with a long term life plan for my diet so i managed my own one
    Wich does contain a pasta, low fat pasta but i stick to a small portion of it (1/4 of my plate) and i know what kind of fat i use
    And it worked for 3 years now, already lost 19 Kilos
    So thank you for bringing it up, you don’t need to freak out over how much calories you eat a day and counting every single thing! You’ll end up hating diet

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