Our team of physicians have pre-factored caloric content into all the foods we recommend and as a natural part of the Olumia Life Nutritional Ratio.
Olumia Life is comprehensive, meaning our meal guidance goes layers deeper than just calories. The most important part of a successful diet, after all, is to stick with it. We focus on keeping you engaged and enjoying the food you eat.
Counting calories is often touted as a requirement for getting fit, but the truth is a bit more complex. Quite literally, counting calories is a measure of how many calories are in the food you eat. The hope is that, when you count calories, you can calculate which meals will benefit you best, accounting for each meal like a series of receipts.
Unfortunately, the number of calories you take in each day is only part of the story. What’s more important is the source of your calories. Are they coming from proteins? Trans fat? Sucrose or fructose? There are plenty of ways to eat a limited amount of calories and still have an unhealthy diet, but don’t worry! Just follow the Olumia Life meal guidelines and you’ll naturally make better choices.
What are the problems with relying on calorie counting? Check out our article, How much do you need to watch your calories?