Do you ever wonder how musicians stay so fit while on tour? With the late night concerts and early morning check-outs, the shining stars of country music trust their closest advisors on how to eat healthy and manage a strong fitness regimen.
That’s where former Marine Erin Oprea comes in. Erin keeps her clients healthy by helping them find time for quick, effective mini-workouts throughout the day. And she couples these workouts with careful meal guidance – a task that’s easier said than done.
“For many people, it’s overwhelming to look through restaurant menus trying to find something healthy to order,” explains Erin, who authored The 4×4 Diet. “A lot of the time, folks just give up and eat -another- cheat meal. That’s too bad.”
Fortunately, she’s making it a lot simpler. On Menud, a mobile app for iPhone, Erin posted her top dishes she recommends at more than 15,000 restaurants. As if Erin was sitting beside you, guiding you through a menu, she makes is effortless for you to find something healthy to eat when dining out.
“I’m so excited to be able to provide folks everywhere the same type of healthy recommendations I provide my A-List clients! Especially around the holidays when diets begin to slip, its more important than ever to find healthy meal options,” says Erin.
Menud was created by former Army & Intelligence Officer and later Apple Senior Program Manager Neil Whitney along side his cofounder Ned MacPherson, a longtime health and fitness guru.
You can find Menud in the Apple App Store or at www.menud.co and begin following Erin Oprea’s recommendations today.