Nutrition

Boost your fitness plan with expert nutrition consultations

Cindy Kleckner

  • Make healthier food choices
  • Eat Smarter
  • Enhance Performance
  • Lose weight or gain weight
  • Dealing with picky eaters
  • Manage nutrition for chronic health concerns  


Cindy Kleckner, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, LD, FAND can help!

Initial Assessment, Goals and Follow-up

Initial nutrition consultations include a full assessment of your current eating and lifestyle habits. Establish goals and develop a customized plan to help you achieve your goals.  


Follow-up nutrition consultations will include progress reports, identify the challenges you encounter and develop strategies to achieve long-term goals. Coaching will help stay you on track and help you develop healthy habits.

Supercharge Your Fitness Plan today!

Contact Cindy by email or call 214-293-5306.

Fees

ServiceMember FeeNon-member Fee
1 hour consultation$95$133
30 minute follow-up$50$70


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Healthy Recipes


Healthy and delicious recipes to help us #StayFitMcKinney. We’ve got an entire archive of recipes to provide you with plenty of options.


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Cooking on a budget


Is your budget stretched like a rubber band these days? Make nutritious, delicious, and affordable meals following these simple tips.


Plan your meals: Make a grocery list. To save money and eat healthy, planning is most essential. You will be organized, have the right ingredients on-hand, and have meals you look forward to eating. 


Check your inventory: Scan your fridge and pantry before you leave the house. There may be food you may have forgotten. 


Stick to your list when grocery shopping: It is easy to get sidetracked which often leads to unintended, expensive purchases.


Pantry powerhouses are your friend With a shelf life of up to five years, canned foods are excellent staples. They are packed at the peak of freshness, heated to prevent spoiling and airtight sealed against foodborne illness and contamination.


Frozen vegetables, fruits, meat, and poultry are a life saver: They have a long shelf life and nutrient losses are minimal because of the quick method of processing. 


Buy store and generic brands: All manufacturers follow guidelines to provide safe food. Some are the same quality as national brands.


Look for sales: Stock up on items you frequently use.


Replace meat occasionally with meatless options: Choosing eggs, legumes like beans and lentils and other protein sources can save money.


Cook more at home: Eating out can drain your budget quickly. Some people enjoy cooking every day and some prefer batch cooking on the weekends.


Cook larger portions and use leftovers: Leftovers are great for lunches or frozen for future meals. You can also repurpose the ingredients to make soups, stews, stir-fries, and salads.


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