1. Should You Eat Organic?

    "You are what you eat!" How many times have you heard that one? Even though you don't turn into whatever your eating, what you put into your body determines what you get out of it. But this doesn't stop just when it comes to the types of food you're eating... it extends even further to where and how the food is made. Which is why I want to talk to you about organic foods today. For many, eating or…Read More

  2. The Best Grocery List Ever!

    To lose weight, it's important to eat healthy… but what does that even mean? We always get questions about nutrition, diet, and what to buy at the grocery store. It only makes sense to have a list of foods that are well for you to eat, and then YOU get to pick which ones you like the taste on. Trust me; it's much better than eating something you hate because someone told you that you have to. Th…Read More

  3. Protein: How Much You Need and From Where

    Nutrition is polarizing. Nutrition is not black and white. Nutrition cannot and never should be the same for everyone. These statements are the reason we have so many diet books, nutritional questions and a population of people that have analysis paralysis on trying to eat "healthy." It’s important to know that not all proteins are created equal. Some contain more essential amino acids than oth…Read More

  4. Why People Ignore the Advice of Their Nutritionist

    A nutritionist is there to help you tailor your meals to meet the needs of your body in the most efficient way possible. Whatever your fitness or health goals might be, a nutritionist can help you find the right foods to fuel your body and help you move towards those goals. It's the perfect compliment to working with a personal trainer! So why do so many people decide not to listen to the advice o…Read More

  5. Signs You Should Visit a Nutritionist

    Compel Fitness offers nutritionist services in our locations across the United States. Nutritionists are great at helping people learn more about what foods they need to fuel their bodies and how to customize a meal plan that helps them meet their nutrition goals. Many people assume that a nutritionist is only for athletes or celebrities, but in fact, a nutritionist's services go hand-in-hand with…Read More

  6. Eating Out Survival Guide

    Eating out at a restaurant used to be considered a treat; an uncommon indulgence. However, since the 1970s, eating away from home has become more and more common with Americans. We're now eating upwards of 43% of our meals and 32% of our calories away from home (up from 25% and 18% in 1970).When eating at a restaurant was an infrequent indulgence, you didn’t have to pay too much attention to wha…Read More