Supreme Eats

The Gym Goers Guide to Getting Healthy and Crushing Body Goals
By Arnetra Shettleworth
Printed On Premium Paper and Includes eCookbook Access

About This Book

Consider this your "Holy Grail" to crushing your gym and health goals! With over 80 recipe options from meals to post workout and health-based juices - food boredom will become a thing of the past. As a Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach, I know how hard it can be to stay focused on being healthy and loving the body you're in. You join a gym/community and train hard for your goals but get tired of eating the same thing over and over. It feels like to lead this lifestyle, it has to be boring. I want you to see that having a plan for your food can be fun, creative, and simple for not only you but the entire family. You'll also see there are endless options while still crushing your goals! From the beginner to the advanced - the meat eater to plant-based; men and women - this book is for you! Additionally, this is great for any age group: 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond. Let's get on track, be healthy and crush goals while never getting bored with food!


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About The Author

Arnetra ShettleworthHer clients call her "Coach Netra" and her joy is assisting professionals in regaining their energy and vitality through sustainable lifestyle habits that keep you healthy and loving the person you see in the mirror. She holds a Finance Degree from the University of Florida, an MBA from Nova Southeastern H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, and a Nutrition, PN 1 Certification and has studied food and its impact on the body for the last 25 years. Her mission is to help clients reach their health and lifestyle goals via behavior modifications that include: stress management, quality sleep, a consistent fitness regimen, and more importantly establishing a realistic relationship with food. The objective is teaching clients how to achieve the health, performance, and physique they aspire to have, while eating in a sustainable way for a lifetime. The driving force behind this is ensuring we can underscore cultural and genetic health implications and begin to thrive, by leading better lifestyles that uplift communities.