Fit Tips: Nutrition Addiction

MINOT, N.D. - Jack Springgate has tried a lot of workouts since he started Fit Tips, but this week he'll show us how to take care of yourself after hitting the gym.

Knowing what kind of energy is going into your body can be just as important as knowing how to expend that energy and here at Nutrition Addiction in Minot, they've got that recipe down to a science in your weekly Fit Tip.

“We offer the alternative to fast food when you're in a hurry. We offer a full meal that's under 300 calories, starts off with 24 grams of protein, has five grams of fiber, is absolutely delicious and tastes like your favorite shake shop. High quality protein is really important. It will curb your appetite and satisfy your hunger. It will help you sustain energy between meals and also maintain muscle mass,” said Chris Steier, Nutrition Addiction owner.

It keeps customers coming back for more.

“I keep coming back because it's really convenient, it's right by the college, and I know most people who work here and they're just very friendly and always welcome me back,” said Alison Sys, customer.

If you have your own fun way of staying fit and you want Jack to try it out, send him an email at jack.springgate@kmot.com.