Honest Personal Trainer Food Reviews – Week 2

March 17, 2017 / FITNESS
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If you’ve been searching for a way to lose 5lbs in 2 weeks, keep reading to find out what worked for me!

Personal Trainer Food Reviews – Week 2

In week 1 of my Personal Trainer Food reviews, I covered what Personal Trainer Food is and how it works. So, today I just want to go over how my second full week went for me, what I ate and what my results have been so far.

My Exact Meals on Week 2 of Personal Trainer Food

*** I chose a lot of the same meals, so I didn’t take pictures every single time I ate a meal. You will see the same picture multiple times because I ate it multiple times (by choice)

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My Results on Personal Trainer Food – Week 2

The second week I was on Personal Trainer food, I caught what my babies had the first week- so I was sick. Since I was so sick, I didn’t get to work out at all. So, again, my results during these two weeks were solely based on me eating the Personal Trainer Food meals. 

  • Weight loss: 2lbs in the second week, for a total of 5lbs lost during the 2 weeks
  • Fat loss: 1% – I’m surprised my percentage dropped at all considering I haven’t been working out, but I did drop 1% of fat!

Now, for week 3, I have started exercising again since my fever is gone and I’m feeling less like a zombie. So those results will probably be quite different.

Honestly, I feel great. I haven’t been craving any junk and I just feel more energetic because of the constant healthy food I have been putting in my body- all day, every day.

Personal Trainer Food Coupon Code – $100 Off

If you’re ready to get started, make sure you sign up through this link and enter the code HEALTHYFOOD at checkout to save $100!

Personal Trainer Food Review Summary

All in all, the food is delicious- especially for less than what you’d pay for lunch at McDonalds. You get 28 days of healthy meals for under $13/day.

If you’re worried about the cost, here are some things to consider:

  • How much will you save in groceries by excluding food for yourself?
  • How much will you save by not buying lunch when you are at work?
  • How much will you save by not eating out?
  • How much will you save by not buying liquor?
  • How much will you save by not buying random snacks?

And, of course, how will it make you feel to have easily completed 28 days worth of healthy eating without having an excuse to fall off the wagon?

Honestly, this is as convenient as healthy eating is going to get and it’s a lot cheaper than other meal services that charge about $8-12 per meal.

This gives you a way to eat healthy even when things at home are crazy and you don’t have time to cook or even breathe.

Considering I lost 5lbs in my first 2 weeks with very little effort and no exercise, I will definitely be continuing this plan!

==> Don’t forget to get $100 off by signing up here and using the code HEALTHYFOOD

More Personal Trainer Food Reviews

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Disclaimer: These meals were provided to me by PTF, however, all opinions are 100% my own and honest.

If you've been searching for a way to lose 5lbs in 2 weeks, keep reading to find out what worked for me! Weekly Personal Trainer Food Reviews with photos of exactly what I ate daily, plus my weekly results.
2  Comments
  • Susie says:
    March 19, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    For health reasons and due to food allergies, I have to revamp my diet quite often. This last time we tried gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free.

    The sugar-free has been extremely difficult! The dairy free, somewhat difficult. The gluten free, not as hard as I thought. I am already very petite, so, cutting out processed food and bread has dropped too much weight.

    I can’t seem to eat enough rice and potatoes to make a difference. After all is said and done, gluten is not a problem. Dairy and sugar are the problem. So back to the nutritionist I go.

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