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Having weight issues?

Been feeling tired lately?

Not satisfied with your diet?

Jamie and Aaron Meade invite you to stop by Rock It Out Nutrition in downtown Oak Harbor to discuss getting on the road to a healthy weight and lifestyle.


Together, Jamie and Aaron Meade, owners of Rock It Out Nutrition
in Oak Harbor and Mint Condition Nutrition in Fremont, have lost
nearly 100 pounds using the Herbalife products they offer.

Located at 156 W. Water St., Rock It Out features an extensive array of Herbalife products ranging from shakes to energy bars to supplements formulated to promote weight loss, help gain and maintain muscle and improve general health.

The Meades, of Fremont, are distributors of Herbalife, a company that, according to its website, helps people “pursue a healthy, active life (with) nutrition, weight-management and personal care products.”

There are four kinds of tea available, including original, lemon, raspberry and peach; and more than 60 types of shakes, ranging from cinnamon toast crunch to pina colada to turtle cheesecake. The store also sells vitamins and supplements, along with perfume and skin care products.

For those who have “tried everything” and haven’t been able to shake extra weight, Jamie says, “Come in here for three days (and see).

“Let me get you on the scale, do a body scan, get you a healthy meal, some shakes and we'll check your numbers,” she said. “We also help to coach you one-on-one, construct a meal plan and give you recipes, a health-conditions guide and instructions on how to make your smoothies.”

The body scan she's referring to, which is free of charge, determines a person’s metabolic age, bone density, Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), body fat and lean muscle, among other things.

“I had a diabetic gentleman that came in here who started using some of our products, and his blood sugar is now regulated,” Meade said. “Sometimes just getting cellular nutrition is critical, and it's important to get your vitamins, minerals and protein. We use these products ourselves, so we're knowledgeable about them and can help you.

“These shakes have everything you need in one meal. We set people up with meal plans and give them recipes. What I like about it (the program) is that it's simple — eat some healthy shakes, a healthy snack and a healthy dinner and you have a good thing going – I like the simplicity of it all,” she said.

The Meades, who also own Mint Condition Nutrition at 1612 W. State St. in Fremont, have benefited from using the products themselves. Thus far, after 18 months of use, Jamie has lost 45 pounds and Aaron is down 51 pounds. The top of the store’s Facebook page displays before and after pictures of the couple.

According to Jamie, 43, who previously worked as a massage therapist, the Fremont store has been open for just over a year and things are progressing nicely. She's hoping she and her husband have the same luck in Oak Harbor, where there will be a grand opening Aug. 24 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. There will be a door prize, raffles and a wide array of products on display. Store staff members will be available to answer any questions.

Inside the shop, Oak Harbor Rocket memorabilia adorn the walls with metal art work.

Rock It Out Nutrition is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Store hours will be extended when school starts. (The store is closed one Saturday per month.)

For more information about Rock It Out Nutrition, call Jamie at 419-307-2324 or Aaron at 419-961-0963, or email them at  There is a Facebook page and Meade maintains a website,, which provides more information about the store.




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