Mozzarella Roasted Garlic Chicken Sausage with Brussel Sprouts
Breaded Chicken Patty with Antigua Blend Vegetables
The goal of Personal Trainer Food, formerly known as The Meal Movement,diet meal plans is to create a change of lifestyle in customers by providing them with natural food choices. It is by changing eating habits that customers find a healthier lifestyle without the added effort of calorie counting, meal planning, grocery shopping and cooking.
It is hard to say any of these meals is not an excellent value at $4.15 per meal. I ordered 28 days of breakfast, lunch, and dinner (84 meals) for $349. They have a $299 plan without any breakfasts, and a $389 plan with breakfasts and snacks.
Outstanding Reheating and Packaging
Your order comes with proteins and vegetables that are individually wrapped, which allows you to make any combination of meals you like. I have not seen anything like this, where the bags go right into the microwave for a few minutes and come out to be plated.
There are no trays like other services, and the reheating process works very well.
Personal Trainer Food gives you a Sweet Garlic Butter Sauce (which has no calories) for you to use on your vegetables for extra flavor. It is good, but I preferred my vegetables as they were.
This unique heating method allows you reheat any meal in minutes.
I never heard of Chipotle and Cheddar Chicken Sticks before, and I have to say it was quite tasty. So was the Smoked Brisket and Angus Burger. The vegetables all come with large portions to help fill you up throughout the day. Overall, this is a good weight loss plan for people on budgets.
My review scoring is simple: I give each meal a thumbs up or a thumbs down based on the quality of the meal at the price I paid for it. A thumbs up means I would buy it again at the posted price.
I also take into consideration everything I think would be important to a consumer, includingthe shipping process, the condition of the goods received, the packaging, and the ease and quality of the reheating process.
Below is my Personal Trainer Food review based on the prepared meals I have tried.
Click on each picture to see a close up of the meal.
Personal Trainer Food Review
The first thing I noticed about the menu is that there are very little carbs. This diet appears to focus on proteins and vegetables.
All the breakfasts will come with an egg dish that varies in portion size, related to the number of sausages you get. There are plain omelets, cheese omelets, western omelets, and egg patties. There is no cereal or protein bars for breakfast.
You can also opt to buy the plan without breakfast. All the breakfast meals I tried were worth the money.