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It’s a mess out there, isn’t it? With fad diets, hard-to-follow nutrition information, and a flashy new app every week, the fitness world can be a confusing place. Is it any wonder that most people have a hard time getting in shape?

With the Precision Nutrition System, we’re aiming to fix that.

How? By giving control back to the people who are ready to make a change…and who want something more than just another stupid diet book.

The best nutrition and lifestyle information science has to offer. Time-tested with over 30,000 clients of all shapes and sizes. Distilled down into one complete system.

It’s no big secret:

You can exercise all you want, but until you change your nutrition and start eating better, you won’t get great results.

We all know we need to eat better. The trouble is…how?

Lots of people have ideas on that, of course. I’m one of them. Though my ideas are likely a little different than what you’ve heard before.

My name is Dr. John Berardi and I’m co-founder of Precision Nutrition.

I’ve worked in the nutrition and fitness industry for over 2 decades.

Along the way I’ve done some nerdy things like earn my PhD in nutritional biochemistry and teach university-level nutrition courses.

I’ve also done some not-so-nerdy things like work with pro athletes and show personal trainers how to get better results with their clients.

The thing I’m most proud of, though, is the work I do with my Precision Nutrition team.

Over the past 14 years, we’ve helped over 200,000 people from all over the world eat better and lead healthier lives. And over 30,000 of those people have worked directly one-on-one with us in our unique coaching research program.

In our coaching research program, we take the most up-to-date science and actually test it with real people to see what works and what doesn’t work. There’s nothing else like it in the world.

Helping people take control of their own health and fitness is meaningful work we truly love and take a lot of pride in here at Precision Nutrition.

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