John Allen Mollenhauer

As a performance coach, nutrition educator, and lifestyle entrepreneur, John has been helping to usher in the high nutrient density or “nutrient-rich” eating approach for more than 20 years.John Allen or “JAM” as he is affectionately known, a self-proclaimed “superfoodie,” launched NutrientRich.com when the 2005 USDA Dietary Guidelines recognized “nutrient density” as a cornerstone of good nutrition and took it to new heights in 2010, when the USDA stated, “with two-thirds of Americans overweight or living on prescription meds, the USDA calls on ALL Americans to eat a more Nutrient-Rich Diet.”A former competitive athlete and present-day endurance athlete, John is also author/co-author of several books on nutrition and performance lifestyle.John passionately promotes a vital, unique path to achieving your highest goals in life business or sport—with superior health and well-being intact. He and his team support, inspire, train, and educate achievers to unleash the full potential of their lifestyles—similar to the way professional athletes do—to look, feel and perform brilliantly.He lives in Livingston, NJ with his wife Mariahna and their son Ian.

10 Tips to Optimize the Way You Eat for Performance Lifestyle Nutrition

Healthy athletes have developed a way of eating that optimizes performance and recovery. This is a method that applies to you, even if you’re not into sports or a fitness enthusiast. It’s built around 10 basic rules for optimizing the way you eat to achieve health and higher performance in your daily life. To get started, don’t make it …

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Stop Making a Goal Out of Healthy Eating. The Path and the Goal Are One.

When it comes to any or all aspects of lifestyle, the spiritual saying ‘the path and the goal are one’ applies. For example, if you want to be healthy, eat healthy or “nutrient rich” food, and when you do, health inevitably shows up. ~JAM It’s the last month of the year, and we’re reviewing 2015 …

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The 5 Functions of Performance Lifestyle Nutrition

Did you know that eating “nutrient rich” is also known as Performance Lifestyle Nutrition? It’s a term that emphasizes the five core ways nutrient-rich foods are working for you the minute these healthy foods cross your lips. It’s comprehensive, and that’s why it works! Hyper-focus on single-issue dietary changes does not produce the results everyone wants (supreme …

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Nutrient Rich Recipe – Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts

Prep time: 3-4 minutes Total recipe time: 5-6 minutes 1 bunch asparagus, bottoms cut off 1 cup of artichoke hearts, rinsed and drained (canned or frozen will work) 1/2 cup sliced red onion 1 garlic clove sliced thin 1 orange, juiced and zested Ground black pepper to taste (optional) Instructions.  1. In a dry sauté …

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The Squeeze Pack for Adults

When Nutrient Rich Superfoods (formerly Nutrient Rich Life) decided to solve the fast healthy food challenge, we had to choose where we would enter the market. We were committed to making healthy eating easier than it had ever been and delivering on the true value proposition of organic grab n’ go foods. But where to start? It was …

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A Great Way to Understand the Nutrient Density of What You Eat.

The 3 Classes of Food – Nutrient Density Chart It is very important to understand how healthy or “nutrient rich” you are eating right now, and to be convinced that you are actually eating nutrient rich foods. The 3 Classes of Food Nutrient Density Chart will help you understand the nutrient density difference between nutrient …

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The Difference Between Fruit Sugar and Added Sugar

Question Is the sugar found in fruit and table sugar basically the same? What You Hear Out There “Fruits are composed mainly of sugar; I can only eat very small amounts, if I eat them at all.” Reality Check Peaches, plums, berries, and melons are all at their juicy peak! Despite the smorgasbord of flavors …

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