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December Fitsnack Subscription Box Review @FitSnack


The December Fitnsack box was all about tight abs and grab & go energy. (not sure if that really was the theme but thats what I like to think it was). This is my 8th FitSnack box (to see my previous reviews click here) and this oddly enough was the one I found most interesting. I’ll explain more in my overall final thoughts, but first lets dive in to what was inside the box first!

IMG_0847My first Fitsnack Subscription box review  back in April shelled out all of the major deets on the company including mission, pricing…etc. But since its been a few months now I’ll quickly recap the major points. FitSnack comes with about 7 products in each box for 15.00 + shipping and handling.

What you need to know about Fitsnack overall:

  • Each product always containing two or more of the following:
    GMO Free, High in protein, low in sugar, gluten free, organic, raw, vegan and all natural.
  • Each box gets a bonus item such as an energy booster, nutritional supplement, or refreshing beverage.
  • A little space is then left over for for exclusive workouts, workout gear or other active lifestyle inspiration.IMG_0855

December Fitsnack Subscription Box Review

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts (sample size)


Green’s Best Nutrition (sample sizes)


Moda Tea Matcha (sample size)


Fuel 100 Electro Bites (sample size)


Bite Fuel Protein Granola (full size)


Love Grown Foods Super Oats Packets (full size)


Overall Final Thoughts: The December Fitsnack Box came with a workout card focused on the “secret recipe for tight abs” which we can all appreciate during these cold hibernating winter months! I always enjoy the workouts provided and find them challenging yet effective. The Fitsnack box itself this month was filled with grab and go protein based and energy based snacks. They are really catering to people with a cramped schedule like myself who can’t always sit down to have a meal in the morning or during lunch. I appreciate the varying options of snacks that fit into breakfast and lunch time cravings. However after looking back at my previous Fitsnack boxes especially back around April and May I feel that I am getting more sample size products that I can’t really get a full grasp on. Out of the 7 items sent in this box I categorize one as full size, and stretched the Oatmeal packets  a second as full size item because it does provide an entire meal. I’m not sure if I would consider this month’s box to be worth the value, which is what I always base my subscriptions on. My first few boxes had pankcake mix, cookies, granola bars, spreads, energy chews… tons of variety and still providing protein, energy and healthy snacking. I’d really love for Fitsnack to get back to their basics that made me fall in love with the company in the first place. This box for me is a 3/5 because I genuinely enjoyed majority of the items sent this month especially the Granola(which I love & Fitsnack has provided me with two full size different types of granola in the past two months!). If you are thinking about giving Fitsnack a try (which I recommend especially if you have active snacking cravings that you want to cure in a healthy manner) signing up through our link here gets you  free gym bag! And trust me its super cute I used it all summer long!!

What subscription boxes are you looking to try during the holiday season? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

FTC: This post is sponsored, I have received this box for free in exchange for a review. My thoughts and opinions are my own

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