One of the most common mistakes people make is they try to eyeball food portions, and underestimate how much they’re actually eating. This, in turn, prevents weight loss (or gain, if they’re trying to focus on building muscle).
That’s why a food scale is your best friend for meal planning. It makes hitting exact macronutritional and caloric numbers a breeze.
I like the EatSmart Precision Pro scale because it’s cheap, simple, and works great. No need to get fancy here.
The EatSmart Precision Pro scale isn’t available on Amazon.co.uk, but the Salter Slim Design scale is a good alternative.
Like the EatSmart Precision Pro, it’s relatively inexpensive and works as advertised.