September 2014 PrettyFit Review + Coupon Code

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September 2014 PrettyFit
September 2014 PrettyFit

PrettyFit, who kindly sent me this box to review, packs collections of the best women’s nutritional supplements, healthy snacks, and workout gear into one box that is delivered to your doorstep. Each pack has a unique theme and is curated by a fitness professional who also includes their workout tips, recipes, and more.

September 2014 PrettyFit
The Box

PrettyFit ships via USPS. Their website indicates that they may also use UPS from time to time and that all orders will ship within 3 weeks of your order date.

September 2014 PrettyFit
First Look

Not only was this box big, but it was heavy as well. I wasn’t overly familiar with PrettyFit before I received it and I had no idea what would be heavy.

September 2014 PrettyFit
The Information Card

The September 2014 PrettyFit theme was “Your Healthy Protein Pack”. The box was curated by IFBB Pro Amy Updike and includes her favorite protein goodies and a few of her favorite workouts, recipes and training tips. Here is what was inside:

~Her Whey by NLA for Her ($44.99): This is what was making the box so heavy! It’s a full-sized protein designed specifically for women. It can be used post-workout or as a meal replacement. I don’t love drinking my meals, but every once in awhile I am in a hurry and will do it. I can probably find more information about this on their website, but I am curious what about the blend makes it designed just for women? B was curious too. It says something about the men’s products being too strong for most women, so maybe that’s it?

September 2014 PrettyFit
Her Whey by NLA for Her

~Protein Mini Assorted Six Pack by The Protein Bakery ($12.50): These came in three flavors (Black and White Blondie, Chocolate Chip Brownie and Peanut Butter Brownie) and B and I both agreed that the best was the Black and White Blondie. They are 100 calories per serving and are packed with 4g of protein. I was surprised at how good they were. I was expecting, well, I was expecting them to be not good. I was wrong!

September 2014 PrettyFit
Protein Mini Assorted Six Pack by The Protein Bakery

~12oz. Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix by Flapjacked ($11.99): We have had these in the past and have always liked them. They pack 17 grams of protein per serving and are very filling.

September 2014 PrettyFit
12oz. Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix by Flapjacked

~High Protein Coffee by Chike Nutrition ($5): This can be mixed with water or milk and enjoyed anytime you need a caffeine boost. I haven’t tried it yet, but when I do I think I am going to blend it all up instead of just drinking it over ice.

September 2014 PrettyFit
High Protein Coffee by Chike Nutrition

~Double Chocolate Chunk Bar by Quest Nutrition ($2.39): Quest Bars are good, but expensive! I don’t know if I like them better than Chocolate Peppermint Stick Luna bars, but they are much cleaner and more filling.

September 2014 PrettyFit
Double Chocolate Chunk Bar by Quest Nutrition

~Honey Almond Protein Cereal by Kay’s Naturals ($9.99): I’ll admit that I like to eat cereal as a snack instead of at breakfast time (and I eat it dry) and this is a much better choice than some of the cereals I like. LOL. It’s pretty tasty too and I like that it comes in individual little bags.

September 2014 PrettyFit
Honey Almond Protein Cereal by Kay’s Naturals

~Top Secret Nutrition Shaker Cup ($4.19): Shaker cups get lost and icky and we can always use a new one around here.

September 2014 PrettyFit
Top Secret Nutrition Shaker Cup

All totaled I came up with a value of $91.05 for the September 2014 PrettyFit box.  I was really impressed with this one and thought it was very well curated and provided a great value for the price.  It’s possible this is my favorite new fitness box!

What do you think of PrettyFit?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to check them out, click here.  You can use the coupon code “ROASM10” to save $10 off your first box which makes the deal even sweeter.

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. JT

    The Chike Coffee protein is good! I drink either that brand or Click (my favorite!) every day, just over ice and water. Its so tasty it doesn’t need blending like some of the other protein powders.

    1. Jennifer

      That is good to know!!!

  2. Laura

    Men and women can take the same type of protein powders, that company is probably just relying on snazzy (and pink, way to perpetuate gender stereotypes) packaging to lure in women because apparently we’re more interested in shiny things than the benefits of using protein. Sure, women in general need less protein than men in general, but we don’t need a completely separate line of protein powder! *gets off her soapbox*

    1. Jennifer

      I was really curious about this! I should compare labels.

    2. Crystal

      Laura, I was just about to write the same thing! We don’t need as much protein as men, but we can certainly drink from the same container. Not sure if this is the case for this protein but a lot of women branded protein drinks use soy. Something about balancing estrogen levels (I’m no doctor), something men obviously don’t need. 🙂

  3. Amy

    I loved that pack! the protein powder is actually pretty good, surprisingly. And the brownies are super delish–I put them in my freezer to they stayed yummy. The cereal I left upstairs because I’m a night stacker so I just grab one of those at night and snack while in bed and it def. keep me from going in the pantry. I love Quest bars but ya, for $2 a bar….it can be spendy.
    This month’s pack was ok–they sent some spark-like stuff in guava-mango and I was excited to try it since I love my Spark. UGH! It was terrible tasting. I could barely drink it and the aftertaste–bleh! It did give me a boost so at least I got something out of it but that is something I will NOT purchase. I haven’t tried anything else but there was a lot in this month’s pack as well. I’m going to keep it for a couple of months to see–but they put another shaker in this box as well–a combo one-one side for pre-workout and one side for post but after 2 shakers I think I’m done with those so hopefully no more.

    1. Amy


    2. Jennifer

      I need to check out that shaker! Spark for now, spark for later! LOL!

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