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Sign up for Heather Newland’s Nutrition Program today!


*Sign up with a Free phone consultation (15-20 min)


Newland’s Nutrition 4 week Program: $300


First Initial Visit (60 min)

* 2 In-body scans (1st & 4th week)

* 1 personalized Nutrition Report specific to your goals

* 24/7 communication

* Must have MyFitnessPal App premium

* Nutrition is based off your body fat % and your personal goals


*4 Week check-in (45 min) $100

If you plan to continue with me to finish your goal, then after the first 4 weeks it is:


*1 In-body scan at the end of the 4th week

*Macro changes based on new weight

*24/7 communication on nutrition

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"Sleeping so much better, more energy and clothes already looking a tad better on me where they had been snug."


"Thank you! You're literally life changing! Confidence all because of your knowledge."


This is the first year I haven't gained 10 pounds during the holidays. Thanks for keeping me motivated and focused.


I am so grateful to have found you- it has made my life so much easier and I'm just so thankful for your help! I feel like I'm learning so much about eating and just nutrition in general, so thank you."

What Are Macros And Why Should I Be
Counting Them?

In the world of weight loss, there are TONS of diet plans out there. Some work. Some
don’t. You can count calories. Or points. Or carbs. Or you can track one of the most
countable elements: macros. Macros or “flexible dieting”.

What is a macro?

First and foremost, knowing what you’re counting is super important, right? Well,
“macro” is short for macronutrient. What’s a macronutrient? They’re the three categories
of nutrients you eat the most and provide you with most of your energy: protein,
carbohydrates and fats. So when you’re counting your macros, you’re counting the
grams of proteins, carbs or fat that you’re consuming.

Why do people count macros?

Keeping track of your macros can help you make (or plan to make) smart, healthy food
choices. It’s similar to counting calories or points, but it takes the ideology one step

So calories don’t matter?

Sorry, but no. Calories DO matter. In the simplest terms, weight loss happens when you
burn more calories than you consume. Macro counting helps you understand where
those calories are coming from and how they affect your body. It also helps you
understand that not all calories are created equal.
Counting macros can help you:

- Lose stubborn fat

- Maintain lean muscle mass

- Keep your body satisfied

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