Angie Aergerter, personal trainer and founder of Fit Foundation, poses during the ChiTown Showdown competition.

Angie Aergerter, personal trainer and founder of Fit Foundation, poses during the ChiTown Showdown competition., an extension of Angie Aegerter’s nutrition and fitness page on Facebook, is a officially reality.

Fit Foundation is Aegerter’s way of sharing her knowledge about health and fitness to the community. This website offers a wide array of healthy recipes and training advice to share the message that Aegerter holds dear — that clean eating and the right physical activity are vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Nutrition and fitness have been a passion of mine for 20 years. I have read countless books, magazines, cookbooks, anything I can get my hands on to learn more. And I’m still learning.

Aegerter, a 41-year-old mother of three, is no stranger to the to the world of health and fitness. She has competed in two figure competitions and plans on competing in more. She acquired her personal training license and actively counsels people on how to make healthier choices in their lives.

I am a big believer and fan of resistance training and I love showing others the benefits of it. Cooking is one of my favorite past times. I love making healthy food taste good. My three children can account for that. I’m sure you have heard the phrase “It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change.” That is so true.

One of Aegerter’s primary efforts through Fit Foundation is sharing her knowledge about eating healthy. Specifically, she is a ardent supporter of “clean eating,” Eating clean, like lean proteins, fruits and vegetables, are naturally lean and low in calories, so there is no need to count calories. Plus, she says, these foods contain high amounts of the nutrients our bodies need to function properly.

I’m a firm believer in clean eating. By that I mean eating natural, unprocessed food. I don’t believe in counting calories. … I don’t generally buy products that are “low fat” or “fat free.” They are loaded with chemicals that our bodies can’t process.

While this website serves as Aegerter’s primary communication vehicle, she also welcomes everyone to follow her on her Facebook page, Fit Foundation. There, you will also find her healthy recipes and exercise tips. No matter what way you enjoy Aegerter’s advice, she always invites her followers to share their recipes and ideas, too.

I’m always looking for new ideas. And please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions related to personal training or healthy eating.

To share your recipe or contact Angie Aegerter, founder of Fit Foundation, simply fill out the contact form below and she will respond to you as soon as she is able.

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