Ledbetter App Review

Even if you are new around here, you’ve probably caught on to two things:

  1. I count macros and looooove it.
  2. I trust my macro counting 100% to Josh with Ledbetter, Inc. 

I get a lot of questions about the Ledbetter program.  It is an investment, so I completely understand that you want to make sure it’s worth it before you purchase.  I get you, I am on a budget also 🙂 .

The quick answer is YES IT IS WORTH IT!


  1. Once you buy the program, you are part of the Ledbetter family for life.  You will find that many other macros coaches (including my previous coach) want to charge you by the month, for each new macros set, when you change phases, etc.  The best thing about the Ledbetter app is that you can change and customize your own macros set at any time without having to pay again!
  2. The support is unmatched.  I cannot tell you how many times I have personally emailed Josh and received a response in just a couple of days (or even hours).  You will also gain access to an exclusive Facebook group where you can connect with other individuals on the same journey and help each other.

I’ll be honest and tell you that I don’t even use all the features in the app (which is brand new – it was just released a few months ago!).  Aside from the macro calculator, the app also has a workout plan, robust food and restaurant guide, tutorials, videos, and more.

The only part I really use is the macro calculator feature and even just that is worth every penny I paid.

Have more questions or still aren’t sure Ledbetter is right for you?  Leave me a comment below and I’ll answer any questions you might have!



  1. Do they accommodate specific “diets?” I am interested but just started keto and don’t plan on going off it for at least a couple months.


    • Yes! You can manipulate the macros based on several eating preferences. Plus you can always recalculate your carb/fat ratio (I do this actually). 🙂


      • What you need to do is decide what you want your carbs to be and then multiply that by 4 (since there are 4 calories/carb). Then add that number to the calories coming from your protein (grams of protein x 4). That’s the total calories you will have coming from carbs and protein. Subtract that number from your TOTAL calories, which gives you the calories left for fats. Divide that number by 9 and that’s how many grams of fat you will eat. It does involve math if you decide to recalculate for yourself :). Does that make sense?


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