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The Key to Precision in Nutrition: A Guide for Better Weight Loss Results

1st July 2024

As a sports nutritionist, I provide daily support and guidance to individuals who want to achieve their weight loss or weight gain goals and enhance their overall body composition, health, and athletic abilities. My approach incorporates scientific principles, making it easy to implement and sustainable in the long run.

The following 5-step action plan was customized for a client who wants to improve her adherence to a calorie deficit menu. People who need to improve precision in their nutrition to continue progressing can benefit from these tailored tips. By implementing these strategies, you can better equip yourself to achieve and maintain your desired results.


Achieving and maintaining weight loss is not just about understanding the process; it’s about internalizing that precision is essential for success. Precision in nutrition cannot be an end in itself. To be truly effective, we must identify and address the obstacles preventing us from achieving optimal accuracy. Here are some actionable steps we can take to improve:


1. Take It One Day at a Time: Approach your nutrition goals slowly and consistently. Each day is a new opportunity to make better choices. They say that those who succeed see the final goal, but I will add that they feel, think, and act now.

2. Make Conscious Choices: The goal is to feel empowered by your choices and decisions rather than feeling restricted. If something is not right, listen to yourself. If there is one thing that can change a person's life for the better, it is honesty—only with this can we work on solutions.

3. Limit Dining Out: Reducing the frequency of eating out is crucial. Restaurant meals often contain hidden calories and ingredients that can derail your nutrition plan. By cooking and eating most of your meals at home, you have complete control over what goes into your meals. This is a huge part of the weight loss process.

4. Plan for Your Days Away from Home: Preparation is key. Whether it's packing a lunch, carrying healthy snacks, or mapping out healthy eating options, always have a plan. You may choose not to eat the food you prepared, but at least you have options. This ensures you’re never caught without the right choices readily available.

5. Put effort into managing your emotional triggers, even though it may be challenging. I can talk about it for hours, but I will say this - I do believe that once a person decides to be more aware and work on their triggers, reactions, and perceptions about their relationship with food, then the process will take off, and the weight will stay off.


By focusing on these areas, you will experience a noticeable improvement in precision and a significant change in your weight. These strategies will help you adhere more accurately to your menu and portion sizes.

Remember, it’s not just about making better choices; it’s about creating habits that support those choices consistently. Together, we can work on these aspects to help you achieve your goals.


For those who seek an effective, supportive approach with maintainable results, you are welcome to reach out to Orit Tsaitlin, Sports Nutritionist at