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Precision Nutrition – Who’s a Fan? September 7, 2012

Posted by multisport man in Nutrition.
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Who’s a fan of the Precision Nutrition program?

This is something that I always thought filled a big gap in the marketplace. There are plenty of diets out there, but they’re usually fads. Even if they’re decent, you have to find the one that works for you and get results without making you sacrifice your athletic performance.

Regardless, diets just aren’t flexible. They’re a diet and you follow it.

PN is different. It’s a “system” I guess, because it’s based on “PN Guidelines” and your rate of compliance with the guidelines. You have a lot of room for customization, too. No lie – the binder includes something called the “Individualization Guide” which is for just that purpose!

It doesn’t matter if you’re an NCAA linebacker or a petite female marathon runner – PN can be individualized to suit your needs. And you’ll get results.

This opinion on Precision Nutrition gives a pretty good overview, so I’d go there if I were you.

Or go straight to the PN site to see their free info. Read through that to see what the quality level is before deciding on their cookbooks and nutrition plans.

You’ll find all sorts of stuff on there. Want to know all about ginger? You will find out. All sorts of nutrients, food types, and exercise options are explained in detail (but also in plain English you can understand without having a Ph.D..)

If you know the Precision Nutrition plan and there’s something you love or hate about it, please share in the comments! 🙂



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