Teaching Americans to Eat Right

Staff Writer
Evolution Nutrition and the American Council on Exercise seek to simplify nutrition with a web-based program

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

Pescetarian, vegetarian, flexitarian, vegan, vegan before six, raw, paleo, South Beach, Atkins, Weight Watchers, and Jenny Craig aside — the most enduring, recommended food regimen very well may be the “balanced diet.” Unfortunately, though, unlike the trendy, brand-based diets, the balanced diet doesn’t have a website or clearly defined program to follow. Nutritionists may recommend it, but most people don’t even know exactly what it means.

In response to the overwhelming number of Americans who aren’t aware about how to eat “right,” Evolution Nutrition has developed an application to help health and fitness professionals better support their clients when it comes to nutritional advice.

Evolution Nutrition is a leading web-based professional nutrition resource that provides client management software. The company recently joined forces with the American Council on Exercise (ACE) to improve its work.

On the partnership, Evolution Nutrition president, Ed Clearly, commented: “Our program — and our partnership with ACE — is designed to help fitness professionals use meal plans and nutrition management development by registered dietitians to fit the specific needs of their clients.”

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To see a sample personal meal plan from Evolution Nutrition, click here