April 28, 2012 in Washington Voices

Complete Nutrition and so much more

Staff offer advice on personal programs
Juli Bergstrom Wasson
 
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Nick Inglett stands in his new store, Complete Nutrition, in Spokane Valley on Tuesday. The store offers vitamin supplements for energy, weight loss, bodybuilding and more.
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If you go

Complete Nutrition

Where: 15108 E. Indiana Ave.

Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fridays; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays; and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays

Phone: (509) 891-2293

Complete Nutrition, a nutritional supplements retail store focused on helping customers achieve optimum overall wellness, recently opened in Spokane Valley, with a second site scheduled to open in north Spokane this summer.

Opening in the Inland Northwest “just made sense,” said Nick Inglett, who moved from Iowa to serve as managing partner of the two stores. He said the demographics of the area allow for more supplement stores and hopes customers will appreciate the personal attention and advice from a knowledgeable staff.

“I’m here to educate people, to offer consultation, find out what they’ve tried in the past,” said Inglett, who formerly managed several fitness centers in Iowa. “I’m here to advocate exercise, too.”

The store is situated on Indiana Avenue near the Spokane Valley Mall. Inglett’s two business partners are out of state.

Complete Nutrition offers multivitamins as well as supplements for such things as weight loss or gain, sports nutrition, or general health issues like joint care, heart health or digestion. Inglett said that as an independent franchise, he stocks a variety of brands in addition to those from Complete Nutrition.

The Nebraska-based company was founded in 2004 and focuses on hydration, supplements, a balanced diet and exercise in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Inglett and his staff offer advice to assist in developing personal nutrition programs and to remind people that supplements are one aspect of healthy living.

“We want people to come in and check it out. You won’t get a sales pitch, he said. “We want you to have questions.”

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