Future Fit announces collaboration with Elevated Food For Life.
The partnership will help to develop the nutritional knowledge and resources available to professionals in the health and fitness industry. Both Future Fit Training and Elevated Food For Life strive to improve the health of the nation; providing better access to nutritional knowledge so that people can prepare varied, balanced and affordable meals.
Elevated Food For Life is the brainchild of clinical nutritionist James Ellis and Michelin-trained chef Jason Shaw who between them have more than 40 years’ experience in the food, nutrition and fitness industries. The Netflix of healthy recipe sites, Elevated Food For Life offers a back catalogue of more than 220 dishes (and growing), all with video instruction, plus skills tips videos and articles on nutrition and lifestyle changes. Subscribers get new content added monthly so their recipe arsenal is continually growing.
James and Jason are passionate advocates of trying to live a long and fruitful life, full of joy and good experiences. As such, they are advocates of great, nutritious food that is simple and easy to make, a healthy lifestyle and lots of good movement. They also believe that collaborating with other companies and individuals that share those beliefs is key to spreading the message of living a healthier lifestyle for all. By providing Future Fit’s graduates with an exclusive lifetime 50% discount on the price of subscription to Elevated Food For Life, clients will benefit from best-quality recipes; easy to prepare and created with optimal nutrition in mind.
James Ellis, founder of Elevated Food For Life said “As a former personal trainer and now nutritionist and health coach, I appreciate how essential excellent training is when it comes to building a career in the health and fitness space. Jason and I are firm believers that Future Fit provides that level of excellence for their students and graduates – as such, we’re proud to be able to partner them and hope that both companies will continue to grow together for many years.”
Most people are aware of the impact of nutrition upon health, but implementing recommended guidelines can be difficult. Research shows that less than 0.1% of people adhered to all nine recommendations set out in the government’s Eatwell guidance. However, meeting just one of the guidelines, eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, reduces the estimated risk of mortality by 10%. Those working with a personal trainer may already be motivated to improve their health, but by providing fitness professionals with access to healthy, affordable, and sustainable recipes, the partnership between Elevated Food For Life and Future Fit aims to create a real impact on the wellbeing of people across the country.
“As a former personal trainer and now nutritionist and health coach, I appreciate how essential excellent training is when it comes to building a career in the health and fitness space. Jason and I are firm believers that Future Fit provides that level of excellence for their students and graduates – as such, we’re proud to be able to partner them and hope that both companies will continue to grow together for many years.” James Ellis.
Hazel Goudie, Head of Teaching and Learning at Future Fit said, “The partnership with Elevated Food For Life will provide our graduates and their clients with access to world-class nutritional knowledge. Being able to direct clients to a resource that they know will provide easy recipes created with optimum nutrition in mind means that our graduates, whether they’re working in the fitness space, or in nutrition or life coaching, are providing the absolute best service to their communities and clients.