This is a sponsored post.
This year has been the year of cleaning up my diet. I know that the food I put in my mouth (and feed my family) makes a huge difference in how I feel and perform on a daily basis. But, it’s so much easier to buy ready-made meals and fast food. Then I found out about Personal Trainer Food.
What is Personal Trainer Food?
So glad you asked. Personal Trainer Food is a weight loss diet you follow. You place an order on the Personal Trainer Food website and the meals show up in a box like the one shown in the photo above.
I received the 3 meals/day for 28 days plan for this review. I received one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner for 28 days. That means I do not need to figure out what I’m going to eat for the next 28 days. How awesome is that?
- Breakfast consists of eggs and a meat (sausage or bacon)
- Lunch is a meat and veggie
- Dinner is a meat and veggie
When you are placing your order, you can order the meals that you like, so you are always eating food that you enjoy eating.
This is everything I received in the box. (Ignore the Nutrisystem food. I will be comparing the Nutrisystem food to the Personal Trainer Food in a future post.)
Personal Trainer Food Goals
My goal for the 28 days is to teach my body the proper portion size of food. Even if I eat good food, I will eat way too much of it. I’m hoping to lose 8 lbs in 28 days.
You can eat just the food on the plan or supplement it with other foods. You receive a booklet that gives you all the information about what you are allowed to eat (even if you eat at a restaurant.)
Another side effect of the plan? I had to clean out my freezer to make room for all the frozen meals I received. Here is my freezer fully stocked for the next 28 days.
Next week, I’ll tell you how the food tastes, compare it to Nutrisystem food and share my first-week results with you.
Find out more about Personal Trainer Food at their website.
Disclosure: This is a Personal Trainer Food sponsored post. I received 28 days of food (3 meals/day) in exchange for these posts. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.