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Maximized Nutrition helps create a positive relationship with food and teaches people how to eat for the rest of their lives.

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I get to work with people all over the world and not just athletes.  I work with people of all different fitness levels from ages 13 to 75.  Some of them are elite athletes and some of them just walk for exercise.  


I have found that helping people change their lives and improve their health through nutrition is more rewarding than I ever imagined it could be.  

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  • What are Macros?
    Macros is short for Macronutrient. There are 3 macronutrients that our body needs. Protein, Fat and Carbohydrates (carbs).
  • What’s more important Calories or Macros?
    When you only focus on calories you might not be getting the right balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates . All 3 macronutrients are important. Our body needs them in the right ratios. Counting macros and not just calories is the best way to be sure you are eating the right amount.
  • Do I need to track my food?
    Humans in general are really bad at estimating food. Tracking your food is the best way to really know what you are putting in your body and in what amounts. Also having the consistent data of a food log helps us figure out what your body responds best to and what we need to adjust to help you reach your goals.
  • What is best to eat after workouts?
    When you workout you deplete all the energy stores (glycogen) from your muscles and you need to replace it as quickly as possible. You replace energy stores with carbohydrates. So you want to eat JUST carbs right after your workout and then wait about 30 minutes to have anything with protein or fat. This allows your body to digest the carbs quickly and replace the glycogen in your muscles.


My weight and energy have have become constant, and I have found a balance between working out and fueling my body to accommodate my fitness goals and aesthetic results. It took a long time to get to this point and only wish I had found her earlier

Mark G. Hogan

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