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Nutrition, Exercise and Supplements

About NES

NES stands for Nutrition, Exercise and Supplements

The goal of the company is to improve the lives and health of people by providing services and education in the areas of health, fitness, and nutrition.


Services include “Transformation coaching” specifically (but not exclusively) to men over the age of 40. The main idea is to help middle-aged men who got out of shape to get back into shape and improve their fitness and health.


NES also creates its own supplements and sell supplements from other companies that can aid in reaching individual fitness goals.


NES also sells sport and exercise-related clothes like T-shirts and other fitness apparel.


Besides sports nutrition like protein powders, NES also sells products that provide overall health benefits like for example green shakes and other products that promote overall health.

About Norman Meier

(Norman is formerly known as “Daddy Pig” from the show “Peppa Pig” by his children)


From great shape to out of shape

Born in 1974, Norman is turning 50 years old in 2024.

At the age of 31 and 32 he competed in two bodybuilding competitions and was in great shape.

After years of being overweight, I found myself again

When I was in my early thirties, my business was doing great, my income was great, my energy level was great and I just met my new wife.

I competed in two bodybuilding competitions in 2005 and 2006 and my body looked like the one of a Greek God.

Everything was perfect. Life could not have been better.

But then life happened, and things got difficult at work. My business was falling apart, and I got under a lot of pressure. I started to neglect my health and focused on work.

My wife and I got three more kids and between life, mortgage payments and work, things got really busy.

I stopped going to the gym and I ate just about anything to make myself feel better. I ended up moving from Europe to America and in a matter of 6 months, I gained over 50 pounds. Once I put on that extra weight, it couldn’t get rid of it anymore.

I developed sleep apnea and my snoring got so bad that my wife eventually couldn’t take it anymore and I was forced to sleep in a different room. I don’t blame her. I was louder than a chainsaw.

Over the years I kept the extra weight and even though I kept going to the gym, my diet was still off. In bodybuilding there are two phases: the diet phase and the off-season. I was in a constant off-season phase.

Somehow, I couldn’t get myself to be disciplined again like in the old days. I got to past 39 years of age and then I was diagnosed with high blood pressure and sleep apnea.

I was constantly tired and even though I slept for 8 hours, I had no energy.

For about 17 years I was overweight. It was hard to tie my shoelaces and every time I had to walk up stairs, I was out of breath.

Eventually, at the age of 48, I decided that could no longer continue with my unhealthy lifestyle and I needed to change my life. I wanted to make a comeback and get back into shape.

The one thing that I underestimated about being healthy and fit is the positive mental change that getting into shape will bring. You will all of a sudden have more energy again but you will also have a new and more positive outlook on life in general.

Getting physically fit again is so much more than just on a physical level. It will have a positive effect on your health, your energy level, your relationships, your work, your career and income and your happiness.

Our self-image, the way we see ourselves, hugely determines our self-confidence. The more self-confidence that we have the better we are in all other areas of our lives. Getting into shape is the starting point for a successful career in business. It is impossible to feel good about yourself mentally if you feel bad about yourself physically.

Therefore, all starts with your body. Your body is your temple as they say. But even the Greek realized that only a healthy mind could live in a healthy body.

Even though we might all be aware of this, it is easy to forget over time, when you have to deal with work, family, kids, financial obligations and so on.

It is easy to get so wound up in your busy day-to-day life that you forget to take care of yourself.

Nobody is perfect and finding the right balance can be overwhelming.

Making a comeback in your 40s, 50s or 60s

It’s never too late to make a change.

I believe that the foundation of any success in life starts with your body. It starts with getting into shape.

After years of being overweight, struggling financially and heading for divorce, I was able to make a comeback in my life.

At the age of 48, I decided to compete one more time and I did it.

At first, no one in my family believed that I could do it or that I was serious. But after losing over 60 pounds and competing in the Masters 40+ division, I proved everyone wrong.

I was able to lose all the excess weight and get back into shape. I never felt better. I feel like I am young again. My self-confidence and my energy levels are through the roof and my relationship has never been better.

Besides being physically fit, I am also healthy again. There is no price that comes close to that.

Let me help you

But in order to do a transformation, the right knowledge is key. There are too many wannabe gurus online who give you conflicting advice.


If you used to be fit and strong but got out of shape due to stress of work and life, I can show you how I did my transformation in a few months and how you can do the same.


Learn it from someone who has actually done it and who can teach you the real lessons and methods that work.


All nutritional products are outsourced and produced by other companies. At this point, NES is not producing its own products and the company is not regulated by the FTC or FDA.

NES Group, Inc or Norman Meier is not giving any medical advice.

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