Author: Matt Whitmore & Keris Marsden

Fitter Food was founded by Matt Whitmore and Keris Marsden, two individuals passionate about good food, optimal health, being fit and active, and leading long and happy lives. Having a combined experience of over ten years in the health and fitness industry, they set out on a mission to empower people with the knowledge and understanding to jump on a collective journey towards ultimate health. Fueled by a strong passion for creating recipes and eating foods that fuel our active lifestyle, Keris and Matt released their international best-selling cookbookThe Paleo Primer to share with the world just how easy it is to cook and eat amazing tasting food that’s both great for you, and won’t break the bank. Matt Whitmore is a qualified strength coach, personal trainer, and health coach. Matt is also co-author of The Paleo Primer and like his partner Keris he is dedicated to the power of a nutrient-dense diet to fuel his active lifestyle. Matt has played a number of sports at a high-level and is motivated by great food, with an special fondness for bacon! Matt is Fitter Food’s resident trainer and regularly blogs on technique, recovery, fat loss, and other useful tips. He’s also the Fitter Food head chef and is responsible for some of The Paleo Primer’s best-loved recipes. Keris Marsden is a qualified Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist and Personal Trainer as well as the mastermind behind the sweet treats on offer from the Fitter Food kitchen. As co-author of the best-selling paleo-inspired recipe book, The Paleo Primer, she is committed to showcasing that eating an awesome diet of good quality, great tasting, and easily accessible produce is essential in living a long, healthy, energized, and positive life. Keris regularly blogs on about her personal experiences with PCOS, orthorexia, and hormone health.

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This article is written by Keris Marsden. When I entered the health and fitness industry I considered strength predominantly in the physical sense. Strength was related

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