Nutrition Services

Meal Plan

  • Meal plan guidelines
  • The science behind the plan
  • Your macro percentages
  • List of substitutions
  • Snack Ideas
  • Daily Water Intake
  • Your guide to being successful on your meal plan.
  • Meal prep tricks.
  • Healthy habits.
  • Overcoming plateaus.
  • Supplement guide
  • Cheat meal guide
  • Grocery list calculator
  • Q + A All About Nutrition
  • Complete breakdown of your macros!
  • Total grams of protein, carbs & fats to hit your calorie goal.
  • Meal Eating Schedule.
  • Calorie breakdown by food item
  • Menu of a full day of meals
  • Recipes for each meal based on your proportions.
  • Directions on how to make each meal
  • Recipes for sauces and dips *

Get your plan

Just start filling out the form just below this text to get started. You don't pay till end after we give you your calories and macros!

Registered Dietitian

Why should you hire a registered dietitian instead of simply just a personal trainer, nutritionist, doctor, or health coach on your journey to eat better? While many people use the terms nutritionist and dietitian interchangeably, they are different things. For example, anyone with zero to very little or even a lot of nutrition training and education can call themselves a nutritionist. It is not a protected title. So what happens, is that well meaning, but uneducated persons have started calling themselves nutritionist and are creating meal plans based off of whatever they themselves deem to be appropriate or healthy.

This is totally unregulated and often times can create more problems than they solve. In the state of Utah the law states that:

Anyone can perform nutrition counseling on their own, however only an RD (Registered Dietitian) is accredited and authorized to be recognized by the US Government as performing services that are eligible for reimbursement under the current health care laws.

Expert is taken from NutritionED.org 

Even well meaning doctors, with very little education in nutrition, will sometimes give out dietary advice that they didn’t receive training or formal education about. A Registered Dietitian on the other hand, has completed the rigorous testing and education requirements set by the Commission of Dietetic Registration and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This includes getting a masters degree with coursework including;

  • Nutrition science
  • Sociology
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Chemistry
  • and more

 

Alongside their masters degree, and RD will have also completed an internship that possibly includes medical nutrition therapy, clinical nutrition research, and special populations. Not to mention that they have to pass the Commission on Dietetic Registration Exam, and apply for the State Certification as a Registered Dietitian in the state they work in.

So as you can see, being a Registered Dietitian is a highly respected and educated position that very few professionals have. Yes, many trainers and nutritionists can give general healthy eating advice. However, to seriously dive into your nutrition habits, we highly recommend talking to a Registered Dietitian. 

Good thing for you, we happen to have an AMAZING Registered Dietitian in house. She also does personal training too!

Are you ready to change your life?

Are you ready to stop messing around with fad diets and hire a real professional to help give you clear and sound nutritional advice?
Deanna
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"The one thing that I look for when seeking professional advice and help is, does that person practice what they preach. Chenelle has a passion for what she does. She is fit and healthy herself. You can tell that she loves what she does and what she can do for others to have a healthier life. She focuses on helping people change for life rather than a quick fix.”
Karin
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"I loved working with Chenelle because I knew she cared and I felt that she really knew how to help me. Chenelle also knows the big picture with getting to your optimal health. She helps with your mind, body and spirit. She has knowledge to help with food and diet as well as exercise and our mindset. I would highly recommend Chenelle!"
Christie
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"Friends and family who have known me my whole life have all commented this is the best they’ve ever seen me. After years of making the same mistakes, my DNA has been rewired. I owe my success and happiness to Chenelle. She has an incredible gift to coach and guide unlike anyone I’ve ever known. She’s tough on you when she needs to be (though in a very loving way) and lets you know when you are doing things right. Chenelle wants to help you succeed so you don’t need her help. She is extremely knowledgeable and is an example of strength and perseverance."
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