As far back as the 1970’s, the government first told us to follow low-fat diets and to minimize saturated fats. We were told this would reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, high blood pressure, and everything in between. Yes, the next few decades, despite eating less fat, obesity rates sky rocketed…
- This turnout created even more confusion than before.
- Was fat all that bad?
- Does fat make you fat?
- Which sources of fat are “okay” to eat?
Hey, I’m Paul Salter, Registered Dietitian, Sports Nutritionist, and Weight Loss Expert. The past few years, I’ve helped more than 700 people 1:1 transform their lives, while collectively losing thousands of pounds of body fat and building hundreds of pounds of muscle. And during this time, I’ve received hundreds, if not thousands of questions related to fat.
This reason, coupled with the fact that media has continued to lead us astray, is why I’ve created an online video course that separates fact from fiction and details everything you need to know about fat.
In this video course…
- A Willingness To Learn
- Discover The Truth About Fats & How We've Been Misinformed By The Media
- Learn Everything There's To Know About Fats
- Learn What Your Daily Fat Intake Should Be
- Know The Relationship Between Fats & Fat Loss
- Learn The Truth About What Makes Us Fat
Hey, I’m Paul Salter, Registered Dietitian (RD) and founder of TNT Nutrition University. My passion is providing you with the information and tools you need to eat healthily and confidently for life.
The past few years, I've helped more than 700 people 1:1 transform their lives, while collectively losing thousands of pounds of body fat and building hundreds of pounds of muscle. I’ve worked with a diverse group of people, including first-time dieters, full-time parents, high-level CrossFit competitors, elite powerlifters and bodybuilders, as well as Collegiate, Professional, and Olympic athletes.
I currently serve as a Sports Nutrition Consultant for Renaissance Periodization and am the former Nutrition Editor for Bodybuilding dot com.