A consultation with our Nutritional Specialist is available to every training member as part of their initial enrollment.
What is Nutritional Counseling?
Nutritional counseling is a type of assessment made which analyzes various health and physical needs in regard to diet and exercise. A nutritional counselor helps people to set achievable health goals and teaches various ways of maintaining these goals throughout their lifetime.
Nutrition is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Without proper nutrition, one does not have enough energy to make it through the day. Also, health declines without proper nutrition, making one more susceptible to illness and disease.
Nutrition Plus Fitness LLC. recognizes that proper nutrition is a necessary step in the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. To help our training members in that pursuit, we offer detailed nutritional counseling services. Our nutritional counselor will evaluate your current eating habits, assess your nutritional needs, and provide you with a detailed and easy-to-follow food plan that fits your lifestyle. You’ll learn how to eat to increase your energy level, prevent disease and delay the effects of aging while achieving the best you possible.
If your long-term health goals include maintaining a healthy weight, nutritional counseling is for you. Remember, nothing is more important than healthy eating!
Our nutrition plans will show you how to make sure that you’re eating enough calories throughout the day to support your exercising body and fitness goals. The truth is that most people don’t over eat, they under eat, and they under burn. Based on your target caloric intake, we will provide you with a daily meal plan centered around eating a balanced diet.
Personal Training and Nutritional Counseling are about RESULTS! So many of us waste our valuable time and money chasing unrealistic goals. At Nutrition Plus, we offer a weight loss and weight management plan, where your RESULTS are monitored daily by our Training Staff, and Nutritionist.
The least attractive method used for fat loss is unfortunately the most commonly used...DIETING! There are 3500 calories in one pound of bodyweight.
The healthiest, and however most difficult way to lose fat is a proper exercise program. If one could perform activity with a caloric expenditure of 500/day, he/she will lose weight at a rate of 1 pound per week. This may sound like a trivial pursuit, but think about 1 pound times 52 weeks in a year. 50 lbs is a great achievement! Combining the proper caloric intake with the right exercise program is the preferred method of achieving any weight maintenance, weight gain or fat loss goal.