FitFoods RX Review

Do you Know How the FitFoods Story Starts? 

The FitFoods story started with Ken Jackson, IFBB professional bodybuilder, trainer, and owner of Jax Fitness in Shelby township. Ken has always had a passion to help people feel and look their best, so naturally he instills the importance of proper nutrition within his clients and colleagues. It started with him creating a healthy menu at a local restaurant, which was an instant success.  With demanding schedules and busy lifestyles, he realized the need to create a hassle-free, convenient way for people to eat well balanced, nutrient dense food.  He decided to turn his idea into a brand that could help everyone from an elite athlete to a person trying to maintain weight or lose a few pounds.  Fit Foods RX eliminates the hassle of shopping, counting calories and preparing meals while not compromising on freshness, taste, or quality.

Offering pick-up twice weekly or delivery, with a long list of healthy and delicious options, FitFoods Rx is a great option for busy parents, business people, and anyone who might not always have the time to do their own meal prep.


There are custom options available but the meals usually follow this format:

Protein Sources: Flank Steak, Chicken, Ground Beef, Ahi Tuna, Tilapia, Shrimp, Salmon, Beef Tips, Carb Sources: Brown Rice, Sweet Potatoes, White Rice, Quinoa, Vegetable Sources: Asparagus, Broccoli, Organic Green Beans, Organic Peas, Seaweed Salad, and Spinach. You can arrange these in many different combinations and also add additional ounces to each portion, making for a very flexible mean plan that men, women and young people can work with to make a perfect meal.  Once a meal is assembled, it can be picked up at one of their Michigan locations or delivered via Federal Express.

How’s the Food?

One word…amazing.  The food is very high quality unlike some of the other competitor products that claim to provide prepackaged meals for the fitness minded.  This food is as good as anything you could make yourself.


Shelf Life

For those that are worried about the shelf life of these items, I can say with all enthusiasm that Ken’s crew must have picked this stuff themselves.  I picked up my order on a Wednesday and I ate my last meal the following Tuesday and it was every bit as good as the first one!  They ship in cold packaging which should give you absolutely no problem with enjoying the meals for at least a week.


While you can make food yourself for less of course, the time savings of using this service to supplement your meals is invaluable.  Thus if you net out the time saved by using Ken’s meals, you more than make up for the additional cost.  The quality of the ingredients make every meal enjoyable and I am going to be a customer for a very long time!




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Detroit Mommies Expert Contributor
Meghan is a busy mom of two children, Holden 6 and Nora 4. She is the Program Coordinator, a Personal Trainer and Conditioning Coach at Starting Line Health and Fitness. Health and fitness has always been a very important part of her life, and, in the past, to a fault. After struggling with her own health and fitness goals she learned quickly that life is all about balance. Nothing more drove that point home more than her children. She soon learned that it was possible to take care of her growing family and herself. When she took care of herself, she found herself taking better care of her family. She wants to share her success of raising a family and staying in great shape with those around her. She strives to show families how important it is for parents to be interested in their own wellness. Because through their interest in health and fitness their children can see first hand the importance of fueling and using their bodies in the right way! Meghan wishes to teach, help and coach people to achieve their fitness goals and improve their lifestyle by finding balance.
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