Carbon App: Fitness and Nutrition Simplified – Dr. Layne Norton

Dr. Norton was already a successful online coach. He worked with clients at all levels, from beginners to elite athletes. Yet, he saw a problem. Personal coaching was expensive, often costing up to $1,000 a month.

The Carbon app is his solution. For about $10 a month, it delivers personalized guidance, making expert advice more accessible.

On signing up, the Carbon app gets to know you. It asks about your lifestyle and food preferences. It crafts a nutrition plan tailored to your needs.

This includes your calorie and macronutrient targets. Unlike other apps, Carbon takes weight tracking further. It encourages users to log their weight daily. This helps fine-tune the diet plan.

Calculating total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) is key to the app’s success.

This determines how many calories you need. Instead of relying on often inaccurate wearables, Carbon uses a built-in algorithm. This guides calorie suggestions by actual weight trends and intake.

The app believes in choice. You can pick from diets like balanced, low-fat, or low-carb. It even caters to ketogenic and plant-based preferences.

This flexibility ensures the diet fits your life, not the other way around.

User feedback praises the app. About 91% of users would suggest it to a friend. On average, people stick with it for seven months.

Andrew Huberman closed the discussion by stressing the tool’s value. Despite our best efforts, we often trick ourselves out of staying true to our goals.

The Carbon app acts as a guardrail. It provides essential feedback to prevent self-sabotage.

Dr. Norton’s Carbon app changes the game. It offers an affordable and flexible approach to fitness and nutrition.

Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, or just maintain your physique, the app supports your journey. It’s a digital coaching experience that is winning over users everywhere.

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