mud run profileAndrew Thomas is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, elite obstacle course racer, rock climber and all-around outdoors enthusiast. As a self-professed “nutrition nerd”, Andrew’s passion is relentlessly researching and combing through the mass of information out there to separate fact from fiction.

After years of experimentation with every popular diet out there, Andrew has gained a wealth of personal experience and accumulated loads of nutrition knowledge that equip him to help you navigate the confusing and often misleading world of nutrition.

Andrew lives in Toronto, Ontario where he consults with clients ranging from corporate executives and competitive athletes to college students and weekend warriors, providing sound strategies to help them reach their health goals.

Andrew’s mission is to educate, inspire, and empower others to achieve amazing health.

Check out Andrew’s Facebook page at Nutrition With Drew , follow him on Twitter @nutritiondrew, or swing by his website at http://www.nutritionwithdrew.com

 

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In the physically demanding realm of obstacle course racing, there is an absolute need for fueling your body with the right foods to promote better performance, as well as faster recovery.

  • A solid, nutrient-dense, whole food diet is an essential long-term strategy for keeping your body at peak capacity. Maintaining an ideal body weight is one of the most important steps you can take towards improving performance and overall health.
  • Fueling with the right foods matters. Fueling with the wrong foods can make you slower, weaker, more lethargic, and less mentally sharp.
  • In the realm of nutrition, there is an overabundance of information that promotes endless supplements, diets, cleanses, and “superfoods”. For most of us, deciphering fact from fiction can be tricky.

My job is to help you navigate through this misleading maze of quackery, marketing hype, and downright erroneous information to find science-based, effective nutrition strategies that will improve your body, mind, and performance.