Milan, Italy – 4th August, 2009NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer isn’t just about fitness; it also contains a comprehensive, user friendly healthy eating program designed by the nutritional experts of well known TV show and book range You Are What You EatTM.

Interest in wellness and nutrition is ever growing and today more than ever as people lead busier lives; it’s even more important to eat well. NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer considers well-being as a perfect balance between physical exercise and a healthy eating, the latter having been designed by the experts at You Are What You EatTM.

NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer has 138 recipes, which equates to 20 weeks of different meals. These customised nutrition plans, combined with the right amount of exercise, can lead you to a better and happier lifestyle. NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer even caters for those with special nutritional requirements. For example if you are a vegetarian then in the profile set up, simply unselect the meat groups.

For each of the five meals (breakfast, snack, lunch, dinner & desert) you can choose from two different options and upon selecting one of them you will then have displayed all the ingredients and preparation steps. You can even set the meal selections for the entire week.
Moreover, setting again your profile in the NewU website, you can have access to the recipes and to other useful functions connected with your nutritional plan.

“Creating NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer we have thought about an easy and fair approach, instead of a demeaning or an un-motivating one. You won’t be asked for your weight or size and you will never find references to calories but you will have the guidelines to take control of your eating and enjoy the rewards of a healthier and happier life” says Carina Norris, journalist, MSc (Dist) Public Health Nutrition and contributor for the best seller You Are What You EatTM.

Carina has provided her experience on nutrition and healthy lifestyle to create customized nutritional plans which added to a suitable exercise plan may lead to a real benefit and stimulate a newer and more positive way of life.