Friday, May 02, 2008

What is your limiting factor? Nutrition!
Whether you want to lose fat, gain muscle, live healthy or compete in sport, assuming a good exercise program, the limiting factor is always nutrition.
Poor nutrition is what holds you back.
Good nutrition is what will move you forward.

Good nutrition is what will feed muscle and shed fat, it's what will improve health markers and drastically improve recovery. Good Nutrition is what will give you the body you want.
We all are here today with preconceived notions and strongly held beliefs about what nutrition is (and I was no different), however have these beliefs achieved the lasting results you want?
Precision Nutrition (PN) is a systematic re-education of your nutritional habits to allow you to achieve your health and body composition goals.
As a licensed PN practitioner the service I offer is has the following components;

Initial assessment

  • Detailed lifestyle, training, nutrition and supplementation questionnaire
  • Body composition assessment
  • PN education - eg 10 habits, nutrient timing, post work out nutrition, supplementation
  • Menu guides
  • Cooking tips
  • Nutrition plan
  • Supplementation recommendations
  • Recovery/Rest protocols
  • Goal setting

Ongoing assessment

  • Formal Bi weekly review
  • Continued education of PN principles
  • Nutrition plan tweaking
  • troubleshooting
  • unlimited e-mail contact support

I also have access to the PN Network of experts to assist with specialised requirements and potentially complex situations.

In addition to these services, I am offering a distance BioSignature Service through Krista Schaus which compliments the PN methodology.

For pricing or further information, you can contact me by e-mail at

Have a great Sunday.



Anonymous said...

WOW Lisa, Congrats on becoming a PN consultant! I'm sure this is the beginning of something very special! Sounds fabulous!!

Lisa said...

Thanks Fern. i am pretty passionate about effecting change thru nutrition.


Antigone said...

Hi Lisa,
I was a huge believer in exercise is the key to weightloss and not what I was eating, but I am now starting to make the connection and its showing on the scales :)
I hope you enjoyed your sunday :)

Lisa said...

That is the right connection to make. Nutrition and supplementation is the key.


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