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Introducing EXOS Performance Nutrition

By Amanda Carlson-Phillips, MS, RD, CSSD
VP of performance nutrition and research at EXOS

Nutrition need not be complicated. As part of our responsibility to our clients, we provide simple nutrition solutions to help them fuel to perform, fuel to recover, and fuel to win. For over a decade, we’ve been providing easy-to-implement nutrition strategies and constantly looking for new ways to help people upgrade their lives through nutrition.

We’re excited to bring our nutrition methodology to life through a new line of supplements: EXOS Performance Nutrition powered by Thorne Research. EXOS Performance Nutrition products give you only what you need. No artificial coloring, preservatives, flavoring, or unnecessary ingredients. They’re also produced at Thorne Research’s NSF International GMP (good manufacturing practices) registered facility.

EXOS Performance Nutrition offers simplicity and clarity through three easily decipherable product categories: Foundation, Boost, and Restore. The Foundation suite of products includes vitamins, minerals, fish oil, and other nutrients that provide the best raw ingredients needed to achieve performance goals. Boost products provide necessary nutrients to fuel, sustain, and elevate performance. And finally, the Restore products, including probiotics and whey protein, supply the building blocks needed to optimize the body’s ability to recover.

If you’re a credentialed performance professional interested in representing EXOS Performance Nutrition, check out our affiliate program. In addition to representing a quality brand, EXOS affiliates receive product commissions, wholesale pricing for personal product orders, discounts on EXOS education courses and digital content, influence on product development, and first access to new products. Learn how you can become an affiliate.

Explore our full line of products at EXOSfuel.com and check out our introductory video to learn more about our partnership with Thorne Research.

(April 2015)