Photo Credit: Christine Hronec

When it comes to nutrition and diet, this much we know is true: one size does not fit all. So unfortunately, your friend Sally who went on the Keto diet and lost a million pounds might try to get you to go on it. And you might do it, only to find that it doesn’t work for you at all. Or your friend Harry might be a staunch vegan and swear that it will improve your life, so you try that, and end up gaining weight and feeling like crap.

So what is a person to do?

Well, the first step is to stop denying what you know is true. There is no magic pill, no single diet that is perfect for every single person. Unfortunately, we are all just too different for that. There are some blanket rules, of course (eat lots of veggies, stay away from processed foods and oils, stay away from fake ingredients), but honing in on what’s right for you takes a bit more work than eating according to what’s trending. It takes a macro plan tailored specifically to you.

Enter chemical engineer, food scientist, and founder of Gauge Girl Training, Christine Hronec. Christine and her team have been featured in Forbes, Fox, OK!, CBS, The Huffington Post, and even The Knot, and they are the #1 Selling Meal Plans and Custom Meal Plans on the market:

“We create Custom Meal Plans, DIY Meal Plans and Body Type Training Plans. Each of our meal plans come with macros calculated menus, grocery lists, menu notes, whole foods lists, recipes broken down by macros, your macros overview, progress tracking, a meal planning calendar, and much more! Dietary restrictions? No problem!”

Head on over to Gauge Girl Training and take their quiz to get you on the right meal plan today. You have nothing to lose but the weight. Oh, and maybe also the frustration of not feeling good in your body and clothes. There is that too…