DALLAS – Military members and their families can get expert help at 5 Star Nutrition centers, at select Army & Air Force Exchange Service locations, to help keep themselves in shape throughout the year.
Each 5 Star Nutrition location offers a free consultation, which includes using InBody machines that provide medical-grade body composition analyses to track body fat and lean muscle mass to monitor results. The analysis is combined with customized meal planning and free samples of almost all products for a comprehensive fitness and nutrition plan. All Exchange 5 Star Nutrition locations also offer a 25 percent discount for active and retired military.
“The Exchange partners with vendors like 5 Star Nutrition to help service members and their families take their fitness to the next level,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Luis Reyes, the Exchange’s senior enlisted advisor. “A BE FIT lifestyle is a priority to both military service and an active family life.”
The Exchange is focused on bringing BE FIT products, meals and snacks to Soldiers and Airmen as well as offering national brands to military shoppers at competitive prices.
The Exchange opened its first 5 Star Nutrition at Fort Bliss in 2015, and since then locations have opened at:
- Joint Base Lewis-McChord
- Goodfellow AFB
- Moody AFB
- Buckley AFB
- Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston
- Whiteman AFB
- Fort Hood
- Fort Riley
- Offutt AFB
- West Point
- Little Rock AFB
5 Star Nutrition centers, at select Army & Air Force Exchange locations, can help military members and their families kick their fitness into high gear. All Exchange 5 Star Nutrition locations also offer a 25 percent discount for active and retired military. Read more: http://bit.ly/2EwH1WZ
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