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Precision Nutrition Review

If you don’t feel like reading through, know this: Get it!

It’s a complilation of audio cd’s, books and DVD’s. They are all incredibly informative and the recipes alone are worth the price.

If you guys have any questions about it, don’t hesitate. Just had to share.

It is one purchase I don’t regret.

I agree 100%.

My friend has the “No Nonsense Nutrition” DVDs. Which are a big part of PN. Is it worth buying PN?

[quote]BobPit wrote:
My friend has the “No Nonsense Nutrition” DVDs. Which are a big part of PN. Is it worth buying PN?
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Well, I find the 2 things I found most useful from PN was the No Nonsense Nutrition DVDs and the Gourmet Nutrition printout.

So, you could just order the Gourmet Nutrition eBook and save some money.

FYI, if you don’t care about saving money and want a fancy book, I think he is doing a newer version of it that will be a real book with photos of each dish.

I do have the Gourmet_Nutrition.pdf. So besides Gourmet_Nutrition.pdf and the NoNonesence DVDs, what is left in PN is the following:

  • The Precision Nutrition Diet Guide
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 5-Minute Meals
  • Individualization Guide
  • Precision Nutrition Audio Series

Now with oats/water, milk andmilk products, protein shakes, seeds/nuts and eggs, I can make 3-4 instant meals per day. So I guess this takes care of the “5-Minute Meals”. Is there anything else there that I really need?

Thanks
Bob

It is a great system and well worth the money i fully recommend the whole PN systems.

[quote]BobPit wrote:
I do have the Gourmet_Nutrition.pdf. So besides Gourmet_Nutrition.pdf and the NoNonesence DVDs, what is left in PN is the following:

  • The Precision Nutrition Diet Guide
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 5-Minute Meals
  • Individualization Guide
  • Precision Nutrition Audio Series

Now with oats/water, milk andmilk products, protein shakes, seeds/nuts and eggs, I can make 3-4 instant meals per day. So I guess this takes care of the “5-Minute Meals”. Is there anything else there that I really need?

Thanks
Bob

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For now, I’d say you’re good.