I recommend the Tracy Anderson Food Program for anyone who can afford the investment (around $50 per day depending on program length) and who, due to a busy schedule, is just spread too thin to spend time in the kitchen. If that price tag doesn't seem too steep for your budget, between the quality of food and all the time the program saves, it's worth it.
At first I was a little worried about the small portions and spacing of meals, but I found that I was more than satisfied after I finished all of the meals on the program — other than the wellness shakes. There were specific instructions to eat breakfast within one hour of rising, have your snack two to three hours after breakfast, then lunch two to three hours after your snack, and to enjoy dinner two to three hours before going to sleep. The only specific time restraint was to consume your dessert before 7:30 p.m. I had no problem sticking to these timelines.
The program suggests to pair it with the Tracy Anderson Method, but I do not live in a city with one of Tracy's studios and I received no specific literature or resources on how to work out during the week. Besides that, there was no information on how long or what kind of workout to perform. I did feel energized enough to stick with my normal workout routine, so that was a plus.
Overall, If I had an event a month out I wanted to feel my best for, I'd absolutely order this program again.