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I will miss her greatly when she goes to doggy heaven. May 19, pm. May 7, pm. My dog is 7 years old. He is about 98lbs. He is a mix Great Dane, pitBull at least that what we believe. He is such a gentle giant so Caring and loving. March 31, pm. My dog is a chihuahua rat terrier mix and is 15 years old! March 25, am. My dog is 9 and is a mix poodle and York is how much longer will she be on earth??????? March 18, pm.

Any comments or feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Amy. March 8, pm. Kimberly Alt Admin. March 11, am. April 25, pm. Hi all. He was not his best to celebrate his 15th birthday. Praying for a miracle, I rushed him to the emergency vets at 1. He was not his usual self and just wanted to remain on the bed.

Was so sad for me knowing that in that month of december, he lost his appetite for all his favourite treats and dinners, and was breathing odd and lathargic, his skin flacid, yet he always had his ears up to know my whereabouts. I carried him to the car. A blood test from Jonny, that revealed nothing out of the ordinary, but had a serious heart fluctuation and not ruling out other causes because of his age. Returning to me with my little muscley legs Jonny boy, she said that the cost to fully diagnose would be exorbidant and at his age may pass away during the process.

Providing me with the only last option, euthanasia. He soon went to sleep in my warm arms.

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When I sensed that he was comfortable and asleep, I then had to give the final and saddest consent. The sad event followed my best human friend passing away 2 days prior. In Loving Memory xxooxx. February 25, pm. February 26, am. Trish Sinis. Well there goes the tears!! I know the pain of losing a pet, I often could not be friends or remain friends with people who were cruel to their animals.

March 4, pm. My Bella is 16 years and 4 months. Although, some days she groans a bit, usually with the colder weather. We just recently lost her best friend, our Lhasa Apso, Tinker and she has taken is very hard. She started crying at night which she never did before losing Tinker. Breaks my heart to know she is so sad. I just hope she knows just how much she is loved so when it comes to be her time she can go feeling like she had the best life possible. February 22, am. You are in my thoughts. Am heart felt with sorrow. I hope you find comfort in knowing that you given them a loving home and a wonderful happy life.

My 1st dog, Tessie, an Australian cattle dog mix, lasted 16 years and 9 months. My current dog Amber, is a medium sized mix, is about to celebrate her 14th birthday. February 12, am. My boy is now 18 and 7 months. He is a mixture of some of these older breeds mentioned so can confirm its true. His mother had 2 Australian Cattle breeds and Corgi. Father is unknown, a scruffy terrier cross. I suspect there may have been some Chihuahua because his sister was half his size and looked a lot like one.

Perfect poos every day. And lots of love and the security of being there for them really helps when they are older. January 1, am. December 17, am. He lived a long, healthy life. Towards the end of his life he got real slow and struggled with arthritis. Seven months ago I had to put down my 9. He was diagnosed with a mass tumor chondrosarcoma the day he turned 8. He went through surgery, chemo, and radiation. He was resilient, never showed signs of disease until his last few days. It has been a painful year for me. I am now left with a Just today I took him to the vet and he has a lump in his groin area.

The vet is concerned it might not be benign. He has follow up appointments next week. Hoping for good news. November 19, pm. I hope the lump turns out to be nothing serious, Gabby. November 20, am. So sorry for your losses. It was so sudden which made it that much harder. I know it will get better for both of us, sending love and healing your way.

November 23, am. Lisa Loves Blue. I am devastated I just loss my fur baby name Blue on Weds I am so heart broken I had Blue sense he was 8 weeks old and he would have been 11 in February the same month I was born. I am at a lost. I cry all the time. Blue has been with me through thick and thin he has traveled 3 states and live there with me.

Please say a prayer for me. I miss Him so much. I am so sorry for your loss. I, too, just lost my Lhasa after 16 years. I miss him following me from room to room — every place I went. I get so discouraged that I will never find another pup. Prayers to you. January 9, pm. Victor Blevins. So sorry, I lost my best friend last year and still not over it. God bless you for giving your best friend a great life.

March 13, am. Mark Johnson. My wife n 2 kids never had a dog in early yrs of our family life. I grew up on a farm w 40 horses and at least 4 dogs n 10 cats so we had alot at moms to look after when visiting often. We moved to a single family home w a big fenced yard fromour first home, a small townhome in north beach md. We rescued rexy.

A lab beagle mix at 6 mo old and he is the most lovable and smartest dog we ever experienced. We went on to adopt another, Sebastian a super sweet 4 year old beagle from the local rescue. He needed love as he was kept outside and had filthy teeth dirty infected ears and slightly emaciated.

We added patty my sons dog, to the bunch. She can leap onto a 4 ft tall deck. Unreal having 3 pups.. October 26, pm. We just lost our 10 year old dog last month. We have been spoiled because all of our dogs have always lived to be 13, 14 or She did have an active life though and was only sick for the last 6 days of her life. We adopted her late in her life when she was 7 years old. The other day we adopted a coon hound from the shelter. October is a Adopt a Dog Shelter month.

She is 7 but very active. I realized from now on I want to adopt the older dogs that get passed by at the shelter. Yes, we wont have them in our lives as long as a younger dog, but we will be able to help that many more dogs. EVERY dog deserves a solid, forever home. Our new dog came from a hoarding situation. The shelter gave us records and it showed she had hundreds of ticks on her, had a bad ear infection, bad gums, needed a root canal, and had three missing teeth!

Except for the missing teeth, which you cant see unless you really look way in her mouth, you would never know she had been in such bad shape. I suggest buying a food scale. They are cheap, absurdly simple to use and a great tool for your kitchen. Can I just use measuring cups or spoons?

Get a food scale and learn how to use it. At the very least, you will have it for the following situations:. The truth is, yes, you will definitely lose weight if you focus solely on calories and consume fewer cals than you burn. But the quality of your weight loss will suffer if you ignore the macronutrients. For example, inadequate protein during a calorie deficit will cause you to lose muscle. Inadequate fat intake will negatively impact many of the hormones that help your continued weight loss. And inadequate carbohydrate intake can negatively impact training performance in many instances.

You need to count your macros. Do I just count the protein or do I count all of the macros? Good question. The answer is that you count all of the macros even if a food is listed as a good protein or fat source. So, you would count both the protein and fat in the thigh. A good fat, like nuts, will contain primarily fat, but it will also have some protein and carbs.

You should count those too. Those have carbohydrates.

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So, between micronutrients and high fiber, the benefits of these free veggies far outweigh the cost of some additional calories. This is perfect. Having the ability to track your macronutrients is a weapon that you want in your arsenal. It is something you want to able to use if you need to. It is absolutely not required at all times. Currently, I make broad estimates of my daily macro intake. But if I want to get serious about a goal, I can flip the switch at any time. I am in control of changing my body. Should I keep track of my calories also?

There is really no need for you to track calories, as was previously mentioned. If you keep track of protein, fat and carbs — then whatever your goal macros are will hit your goal calories also. They are one in the same. If you have any questions at all, please ask. Leave a comment below or get ahold of me on facebook , twitter or Michaelvacanti [ ] gmail [.

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November 3, at pm Reply to this comment. Flank steak, extra rare. Moar Fatz, Por Favor. Macros counted, good looks achieved. Chris Reid Hey Michael, I found this article and bookmarked it weeks ago and only just read it now, but I thought it was an absolutely fantastic read. I am a Melbourne [Australia] based Personal Trainer and aspiring Kickboxing phenom and having to cut weight for fights let alone my own personal goals in the gym is up there with the things least fun to do!

Especially not knowing where to start! So this article was a great eye opener for me and i know it will be great for all my followers on Facebook. Would be great to connect with you there. Best wishes for ! Cheers, Chris Reid December 20, at am Reply to this comment. Mike Author Chris, Really appreciate that man. Best of luck with Kickboxing -- let's stay in touch! Merry Christmas to you too, brother. Melanie How does one figure out how many macros they need? Mike Author Melanie, There are many ways of going about it.

Estimating your maintenance calories is the first step. From there, you want to determine how many calories you will be eating each day to achieve your goal more than maintenance for muscle gain, fewer than maintenance for fat loss. Although it will vary from person to person and goal by goal. Julie Hi Mike, Thank you so much for that detailed article along with the videos. I was in the process of trying to establish lean muscle and then lean out 12 week program when two weeks into it found out I needed shoulder surgery which I will be getting in the next week.

I'm a very activer person gym, hiking, snowboarding, yoga and I am very upset about having to give up most of that during my recovery. However, I am determined to eat right and at least do cardio and lower body workouts while recovering.

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My question to you, is should I attempt to "bulk" while recovering or just focus on fat loss until I can hit the gym full force again? Right now, I am 5'7" Any suggestions? Mike Author Obviously I'm late here Julie, but in the future because injuries happen to all of us! Thank you for this post! I've been thinking of counting macros and didn't know where to start. This was the first article I've read to find out more information and I don't think I'll need to go anywhere else. This was so so so informative and easy and fun to read.

Thank you! But I'm still confused. I'd like to get back to my healthier weight of How should I calculate this? Thank you again :D January 5, at pm Reply to this comment. Mike Author Kairi - depends on quite a few factors, but I think a good starting point for you is to aim for g protein per day and around calories. Really glad you liked the article! Greg Hey mike loved this article learned a lot from it! I'm still having hard time trying to figure out my macros.

I'm a male 6"0 lbs. If you can get back to me that would be great. Mike Author Greg - so sorry for delay brother. Tammy I am trying to better understand this macro counting. I am looking to get down to lbs. I am 5'5" tall and current weigh between and I work out 3 to 5 x weekly, but it doesn't appear to be enough.

What should my caloric intake be per day? How does that breakdown for, proteins, carbs and fats? Help please September 13, at pm. April Nava Thank you so much for this article! Tricia hi - i'm confused as to Macros too i'm 35, 5ft 1, currently lbs and want to cut back the last bit of fat. At lbs there isn't going to be much to cut back. Don't forget that women are naturally a bit fatter. Keep doing resistance training, and eating lots of low fat foods, lots of protein and do a bit of cardio and you will look awesome May 24, at am Reply to this comment. Mike Author Tricia - it probably makes sense to focus on losing fat OR building muscle.

This late in a deficit and because you are already lean, it's going to be much more difficult if possible at all for you to "recomp" January 5, at am Reply to this comment. Miki Thanks for all the info! It was really easy to follow and understand. I've recently started counting my macros but I've been having a hard time trying to get the numbers exact. Will it hurt me in the long run if my macros are grams under or over? Mike Author Miki - g is actually very accurate. I realized that macro counting is just as difficult as learning anything new.

Take a plunge and do it. Over time one gets better with it. Mike Author Sachin - isn't that the truth. Like anything else, learn best by doing. Thanks for the comment. Marc Hi Mike read the article a couple of times and have some questions. I'm male, 5'10", lbs. I just use the erg rowing machine. Although I'm still not fit, I'm more fit than I was 2 months ago and getting better.

I always had a high metab. My weight isn't really bad but I would like to lose some more belly fat, maybe get down to mid-high 's. Since I've been eating much better and hitting the rowing machine my body is starting to get proportioned a bit. My main question is about my current diet. I can't seem to find a good source for a good diet. My main problem is I'm always hungry. I'm trying the meal a day thing and it's not working.

Someone suggested to me a high fat low carb diet and I'm not sure what that is. What do I need to change? Marc January 11, at pm Reply to this comment. Mike Author First, amazing job quitting smoking and turning things around -- 2 months is a long time. Keep it up. So, it's tough to say what you should do without asking more questions.

But assuming you want to lose fat and take cals a bit lower while staying full I would suggest making every single meal protein based. Eating more protein and high fiber veggies will help keep you full while keeping your total calorie intake a bit lower. Good luck man. Marc Thanks Mike, Since you recommend making all my meals protein based would lets say a 4 egg omelet be OK for breakfast and get rid of the bowl of shredded wheat?

Marc Hi Mike I don't know if it's because I have a high metab or not. I had a 4 egg omelet this morning and was still hungry. I was so hungry to had to eat my tuna on whole wheat not long after. Even eating the tuna and whole wheat I'm still hungry. Drinking water satisfies the hunger feeling a little bit. I worked out on the erg yesterday and worked up a BIG sweat. Is it possible that the workout is causing this strong hunger feeling? I figure the omelette with ham is about calories and I was still hungry like I said, then the tuna on whole wheat which I know cal is mostly carbs from the whole wheat, the tuna not much.

Carmen Tejada This is great, I've been changing up my diet a lot but I have a question about fruits and veggies. You may have said this above but are you suppose to count macros on those? Mike Author Carmen, Yep, you should count macros in fruits and veggies. Though they are packed with micronutrients, and generally no one is going to get fat eating produce, you may still need to limit your fruit and starchy vegetable intake during a calorie deficit.

High fiber veggies broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, spinach, etc is good to go in high volume. Becs Hi mike What advice could you give a vegetarian? I want to start eating by my macros but it seems difficult to get protein as a vegetarian from good sources that aren't also high in carbs and fat.

I'd prefer to get my protein from natural food sources rather than a protein shake but an happy to have a protein shake a day if needed. Is this the way to go? Egg whites and some dairy sources are pretty good, but you will have to supplement with a shake to reach a min protein level while keeping cals relatively low. If you are worried about the ingredients, BioTrust makes a great protein that I would check out. Slightly pricier but really good. Krystal Preston I've been hearing a lot about macros lately.

I use myfitnesspal and it said I should be eating calories to loss weight. It also gives daily amou nts for things like carbs, fats, etc. I'm 5'6 and I've lost 50lbs so far by counting calorie, portion control and walking 4 miles a day. I've also started doing weights at the gym a couple days a week. I just want to make sure I'm not missing something that could make my efforts have more of an impact. Does that sound right?

Sorry for rambling, I'm extremely lost and new to all this. Any info you can provide is greatly appreciated. Fat and carbs will make up for rest of your calories, in whichever distribution you prefer. Mike Author This video will help too I'm 5'5" and weight about I get how to to calculate them but to figure out what I need for weight loss I'm confused. Thanks Jessica January 22, at pm Reply to this comment. But for now, cals and protein should be sufficient. Linda Hi Mike, I am 5'1'' feet and my body weight is currently at pounds.

I go to gym 6 days a week, and rest one day. I am currently tried to build lean muscle mass. How can I count my macro intake for this. Appreciate your help. But, what you are describing is two goals: fat loss and muscle gain. I would focus on one at a time and choose macros for each goal individually. It is definitely informative and feel with knowledge. But its hard for me to comprehend it in a way that i can adapt it my everday life. First of all, I have know idea with my body fat is and the calculation although you said a 10 yr old could do it--im confused lol Sorry.

Next, what is the difference, if any between "Clean Eating" and Counting Macros". I want to lose weight while changing my lifestyle not just Loose Weight But the deepier i dig into healthy lifestyle I find all these different methods. Any advice you give is appreciated--please Help!!!! Mike Author Sheria, Great question. But you can still get fat eating unprocessed foods.

Macronutrients compose calories which will determine whether you gain weight or lose weight. Lindsey Hey Mike, I recently today made the decision to switch my lifestyle to counting my macros. I'm 28 5ft 6. Would you say those are good counts to start with? Mike Author Lindsey - not bad. Good luck! I'm 5'8 and I'm currently going to the gym 3 times a week and eating healthy. I'm trying to transform my body as best as I can, and really believe this will help!

Thanks again, for such a great article! Mike Author Shari - really awesome. I'm really happy you are making these changes. Something like g protein and calories is probably a good starting point. Track diligently for a few weeks, and see how things go. Jordash Hi Mike. Fantastic article! I really like how simply you explained everything.

Anyway, I've been counting macros for about 2 weeks now. I'm trying to add lean muscle so I'm eating a diet that requires a calorie surplus obviously. My challenge is that I have a hard time getting enough of the right foods throughout the day, therefore I end up eating much larger meals for dinner and in the evening then I otherwise would to get all the macros I need. I suspect this isn't the best idea since all the food will sit overnight in my system. Is the time of day important for when you are consuming your macros, or is it as simple as getting hitting your macro amounts by the end of the day now matter how you get there?

Mike Author Jordash - glad you liked it! Timing actually isn't a big deal at all -- so long as you hit your totals for the day. Food eaten later in the day is not more likely to get stored as fat as food eaten at different times in the day. Good luck adding mass! Madison Hi MIke, I really loved this post. I'm looking to start counting and am still a bit overwhelmed by the whole thing. I feel like it should be clear but im hoping you could answer a few questions for me. I'm 5'6 lb female. I lift 6 days a week with maybe minutes of cardio everytime.

I'm proud of my progress but I need to continue to lean out. I'm pretty good about prepping my meals for days at a time but i dont know how much i should be eating each meal. When i would count cals id give myself some back after factoring in my cals burnt. Is it the same for macros? Also, i dont know where to start with how much i need. I found one calculator that put me at grams of protein, carbs, and like 50 grams fat.. What do you think? Your input is reallllly appreciated! Mike Author I actually don't love adding back exercise calories.

I usually work out 4 days a week but I'm not seeing any results. Currently I weigh lbs. I would like to begin utilizing Macros but I have no idea where to begin. I know you said a 10 year old could figure it What should i do to start? What should my calculations be? Rich Hi Mike, I found your article very appealing. I have a few questions in regards of counting My macros. I've been bodybuilding for a little over a year. I started at lbs and now I am at lbs, hence what I'm doing is obviously working.

Should I count my macros? If so, how do I calculate my ideal daily carb, fat, protein, and calorie intake. I usually take in at least grams of protein but I have no idea what my daily macros are.

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Looking forward to your reply. Thanks February 4, at am Reply to this comment. Mike Author Rich - you can plug your stats in here and get your macros! David Rounick I recently started counting my macros and I have to say, it has been quite fun! My friend talked me into it because I was working out with no results.

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After 2 months, I have noticed quite a difference. Is one gram a fat more significant than one carb? Also is powered protein drink the exact same as eating the protein? Thank You! Ming Great article and I am going to follow your article to count my macros. Per my weight, height and activity level, I am going to try 81 g of carbs for now. Mike Author With limited carbs, it probably does make sense to stack them around your workout indeed January 5, at am Reply to this comment. Anthony Letts Hey Mike, love the read man.

My cousin is a nutritionist and he's been helping me out with the macros counting the past year or so. When I started last January I was pounds, and I'm 5'8". I've bulked and cut since then, and I just finished my 2nd bulk last month getting up to

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