In the past, physical culturists has a restrictive diet that included only canned tuna, rice, broccoli, grilled chicken, and egg white. This meant that fitness and bodybuilding were all about checking nutrients and calories whilst ignoring the need for flavorful foods.
As time passed, these foods were replaced with macros, which meant that anyone was allowed to consume just anything as long as it suited their macros, though with specific amounts of calories.
Adopting IIFYM Diet
You can find the calories you need in proteins, fats, and carbs. In addition, alcohol can also be a great source of calories even though you will not receive nutrients.
The best thing about the IIFYM diet is that you just need to ask for a macro recommendation from an expert like a personal trainer or dietitian, and then you can consume anything you prefer. The diet also has no unique cookbook and will not take up most of your when preparing meals.
The other advantage of this diet is that you do not need to starve yourself or say no to tasty delicacies. Simply, eat normally by monitoring your macros.