Registered Dietitian & Performance Nutrition Coach
Angie Monterroso is a Registered Dietitian, she received her Bachelors of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics at Francisco Marroquin University in Guatemala validated through the American Association of Foreign Students and completed her Dietetic Internship in Guatemala and USA at Baylor University in Houston, Texas. She’s certified in New Approaches Against Obesity at Harvard University. After working as a Dietary Director for close to 9 years in Nursing Homes, Angie started NuFitCare to pursue a role as a Nutrition Performance Coach for athletes in the fitness industry.
Today, Angie works at The Pavilion at Sunny Hills in Fullerton, CA as a Dietary Director. Through her own company NuFitCare, she uses her vast knowledge in nutrition and fitness to help members at CrossFit Firestone improve their relationship with food/nutrition and how that relates to their own body compositions. Her goal is not only to help optimize member performance but also to live a disease free lifestyle.
NuFitCare is about helping people commit to taking control of their nutrition, fitness, and self-care by promoting a lifestyle based on healthier choices. We focus on behavioral modification and healthy habits over restricting food groups. With a comprehensive nutritional plan, we provide a customized nutrition plan based on your body composition, fitness goals, and workout routines.
My mission is to empower people to help them commit to taking control of their health and fitness. I have always had a natural passion for educating people that are willing to learn and improve their overall well being. By pairing a well balanced lifestyle of physical activity and not only a flexible but enjoyable nutrition plan, you have a better chance at sustaining a healthier lifestyle free of disease. Through my education in nutritional science and my nine years of experience in this industry, I have developed nutrition plans for a wide array of clientele ranging from building muscle mass, boosting athletic performance to simply trimming overall body fat percentage. The media is filled with misinformation about what is really healthy to consume, don’t get caught don’t get caught in “the misconception of ‘healthy’ fad diets.”