With any type of fitness routine, you don’t want to ignore the other half of your weight loss and overall health equation – that’s nutrition and diet!
Some of the people who are advising clients on health outcomes just don’t put the effort that they should into this part of the process. At Forge BB, along with our customized training, we also have customized nutrition plans and information for helping you to boost the results that you get out of what you do every day.
Here’s part of what we offer in order to up your game when it comes to nutrition planning as part of fitness and wellness.
Nutrition and Credentials
First of all, our resources are written by a registered dietitian. This isn’t just somebody coming up with some diet recommendations off of what they find online. This is a professional set of feedback that addresses your individual health needs, and the nutrition that’s best going to complement your fitness plan. That’s a big value in this line of work.
Along with having a registered dietitian write plans, we also offer access to a database of material that will help you figure out what type of nutrition is best for you.
Increasingly, putting together a diet and meal plan is a very scientific process. Nutritionists and other professionals take what scientists have found over the years, and apply it to an overall wellness plan on a customized basis.
That way, you know that what’s set up for you is not necessarily the same as what will be set up for someone else – it’s done with your personal information and conditions and according to BMI, gender, age, and many other factors in what makes you, you.
Many of our clients also want to avoid trigger foods through creating a diet that is deliberately free of certain elements that they might think of as contaminants.
For example, more people are going gluten-free and having positive health effects come out of that process.
So we offer gluten-free as well as dairy-free options and vegetarian meal plans for our clients as needed.
We also talk about a ‘macro ratio’ that guides our nutrition planning – simply put, it’s 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat.
We will explain how this ratio enhances your overall health and wellness along with your fitness goals.
All of this is detailed work. But it provides its own value when it comes to fitness planning. Let us help guide you toward a healthy future!