Nutritional Counseling:

Dr. Trevin Fugere has spent the last five years teaching Anatomy & Physiology at both Collin and Tarrant County Community Colleges. He's also spent the last twelve years with clients performing personal training, designing diet plans, and constructing exercise plans. He is very knowledgeable with what works and what doesn't. Every body is different in the way carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are metabolized. A session typically lasts 20-30 minutes, and if you are willing to make an effort, it will be rewarded. He will not recommend anything to you that he does not do himself.

One thing that Dr. Fugere feels strongly about is the need for a good daily vitamin. Many Americans mistakenly believe that you can get all the nutrients you'll ever need in a day by eating whole foods and juices. We'd have to eat twelve potatoes today to get the same nutrition out of one potato in 1950! Furthermore, if you plan on eating fish three times a week, plan on getting a loaded dose of mercury unless you actually have a tank in your house that uses filtered salt-water.

It might seem that our counseling sessions might be more related to a juvenile boot camp drill sergeant yelling at his troops, but we promise you will get results. Our point is this: 3/4 of a gallon of water per day, a daily vitamin, omega 3 (fish) pills, and proper supplements (protein w/amino acids) are a good start! See our product page for more information. Don't lose the war on weight and the battle for your health because you couldn't muster up the energy to fight.