Real life responses to the Nutrient Optimiser

We just loved seeing the Nutrient Optimiser work as planned during the challenge!  

At the risk of tooting our own horn, we collected some feedback that we’d love to share.  

What next?

If you’re interested in seeing what foods and meals Nutrient Optimiser would recommend for you we’d love you to check out the Nutrient Optimiser Free report.  

You can also join the Nutrient Optimiser Facebook Group to ask questions and see the amazing nutritious meals that everyone is eating.  

Registrations are now open for the Free Four Week Nutrient Density Challenge.  We’d love you to sign up and take advantage of this opportunity.

To kickstart your journey towards optimal get your free program and one of 70+ food lists personalised just for you!  

  • JohnD says:

    First, I really think you’re on to something with the Nutrient Optimizer. It really is very important to optimum health. Testimonials from real people is also very useful and interesting. It’s very informative to see how people use the system and their results.

    But one thing that is equally useful would be details from people that tried but dropped out. Maybe not those that just dropped from lack of interest, motivation or boredom but those that had some other interesting issue. I wonder about this group, I’m sure a lot from this group are just very confused but I suspect that some have very interesting reasons for starting but not sticking through to the end.

    • Marty Kendall says:

      Thanks John.
      We’ve got results for the people who recorded regularly in the system for analysis. You can assume most of them were not drop outs.
      People said they didn’t complete the challenge for a range of reasons including family commitments, sickness etc.
      People who had been following this blog for a long time and were familiar with the concepts of satiety and nutrient density seemed to hit the ground running. While others found it hard to understand and confusing.
      We’re putting a lot of work to prepare for the next challenge to to help people understand the system better and step them through it.
      Education and understanding seems to be key along with streamlining to make it as intuitive and addictive as possible.

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