This post was sponsored by Personal Trainer Food. All content and opinions are entirely my own.
These are my 28 day Personal Trainer Food Results!
28 Day Personal Trainer Food Results
I started my plan with Personal Trainer Food on November 27th. The day my meals arrived, I weighed myself to get a general starting baseline.
I ate nothing but the meals from Personal Trainer Food, and additional low carbs snacks that followed the guidelines for snacks in the information that came with my Personal Trainer Food package.
Usually, I work out 3-5 days a week for 45 minutes per workout and I do both cardio and strength training exercises. I had every intention to continue what I was doing before trying Personal Trainer Food, but in week 2, I got very sick. More on that later.
All of the breakfast options with Personal Trainer Food consist of eggs in one form or another and either bacon or sausage. If you know anyone who works out and eats healthy, they most likely eat a lot of eggs in the morning! While I like eggs, I’ll admit that they aren’t my favorite, so having to eat them everyday worried me a bit. I chose a variety of different recipes to help and I actually really enjoyed every breakfast option I tried and didn’t get tired of eating eggs every morning at all!
Lunches and dinners were basically meat and non-starchy vegetables. There is a lot more variety in the meals you can choose from in these categories. I mostly chose meals that were lower in carbs, but did chose a couple that were a bit higher so that I could give you the best possible review of everything Personal Trainer Food Offers.
Here are some of my favorite meals that I enjoyed for lunches and dinners:
In general I liked most of the food. I definitely have my favorites. There are only a couple items that I personally wouldn’t order again.
The one thing most people probably want to know, besides if the food tastes good, is if they will actually lose weight by using this meal subscription service.
I want to give you a little background on my health before I go into my results. In 2012, I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). I actually had rapid weight gain and a bunch of other symptoms come on suddenly. I learned that weight gain is very common with PCOS and weight loss is much more difficult. Since then, my weight has gone up and down several times.
In addition to having a harder time losing weight, I also got really sick in week 2 of my Personal Trainer Food trial. My illness wasn’t related to the diet. It was just the usual winter sinus issues that I get almost every year, along with a really bad cough. The coughing and fatigue is really what kept me from hopping on my treadmill, but I did stick with the diet.
I have lost 5 pounds so far, even with PCOS and barely working out. While everyone’s Personal Trainer Food results will vary, I have no doubts that this program works, and probably even more rapidly for those without underlying health issues, who don’t fall off the exercise wagon.
Try Personal Trainer Food
For those who need a little help losing weight, I would definitely recommend giving this program a try!
If you don’t have weight to lose, but just want to maintain a healthy lifestyle without having to put too much effort into meal planning and preparing, Personal Trainer Food might be a great option for you too!
For more information and to see all the plans and meals available, visit the Personal Trainer Website at www.PersonalTrainerFood.com. If you decide to order, use the promo code Bite175 to save $175.00 off of any 28 day plan!
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