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Do you feel different?  Have you relied on your scales to tell the difference you experienced, or have you judged your weight loss by the way your clothing fits?  How about your energy level?  Has that changed?  Do not expect huge results the first week of your diet plan.  You did not gain the weight overnight; neither can you lose it overnight.  It takes time to see the results with Personal Trainer Food.  Nevertheless, the results will come as you continue your efforts to lose the weight, so long as you do not cheat.

Movin’ on Down

As I approach the end of my first official week on the Personal Trainer Food program, I can definitely tell the difference, not so much in the weight department, or the way my clothing fits, but in my energy level.  The information that I received at the start of the program, listed various symptoms that I might encounter.  Normally, if I do not eat, I tend to get a headache, and while I was fasting, I did experience this sensation; however, to curb this, I simply drank a cup of warm broth.  Strangely enough, I did not have any cravings for any sugary substances while I was fasting.  What I did encounter the actual first day of the program was weakness, as well as a feeling of being tired.  This is normal because of the sugar withdrawal.  It normally takes about a week for your body to adjust to burning stored fat as fuel.  Keeping hydrated helps your body detoxify from sugar faster.


I can tell you that the food from Personal Trainer Food™ is delicious.  For breakfast, I had an egg omelet, as well as a sausage patty.  For those of you who skip breakfast, think again.  Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  It gives you energy to get going, as it has been several hours since you last consumed any food.  While I am accustomed to a much larger meal for breakfast, I was eating the wrong foods.  Personal Trainer Food™ is teaching me a different lifestyle while consuming a full portion of food.  When I consulted my family physician several months ago about my weight issue, she told me that the average person eats approximately twice the amount of food in one day that our body actually needs, and to limit the amount of food I consume.  While she might be correct in her diagnosis, if I continued to partake in the wrong foods, even as I slimmed down on my portion sizes, I would not be able to drop any of the weight.


Week One

I have never considered myself a nutritionist in any sense of the word, but the Personal Trainer Food™ has helped me to recognize what foods your body needs to be healthy and active, as well as to assist in your weight loss goals.  Of course, the company has made it so easy by supplying me with prepackaged meals for the program.  By eating the Personal Trainer Food™, the correct foods for consumption, you direct your body to burn the stored body fat.

The various plans of Personal Trainer Food™ are designed to fit your needs.  On the REV! plan, I found that I am not hungry at all between meals, and only get a craving after dinner and before bedtime.  Therefore, I have saved my snack until that time of the day.  You are allowed two snacks a day, but I have discovered that I do not really need a second snack.  I think this craving late in the evening is psychosomatic.  You might experience cravings throughout the day, as each of us have a different body chemistry.  So, choose whatever works for you.


Get your fresh eggs at the Southside Farmer’s Market

Learn more about Personal Trainer Food™ through their social media sites:  Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.

Do not expect miracles your first week with Personal Trainer Food™.  Stay strong, you can lose the weight, as long as you adhere to the guidelines of the program.  You know you are losing the weight when your clothing becomes ill-fitting and your scales keep movin’ on down.

Author: Karen Hand

By biblical standards, I am young, by any other standards, I am young at heart. Living in Florida, married to my wonderful husband Kenny for 29 years. I have two children and two step children. My children are all adults; all are within five years apart in age, and all married with families of their own. I have seven grandchildren in total. When I am not writing on Jenns Blah Blah Blog you will find me spending time with my family.

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