He has easy child eating only 1400 calories a day. Her body fat percentage is only 16% and she only weights 115 lbs. Granted she doesn't exercise all that much but my God, 1400 calories seems awfully low. She is an admitted sugar addict and it would seem to me more important for her trainer to help her create a healthy eating plan, with whole grains, fruits and vegetables to substitute her current 'out-of-control' sugar intake. easy child has a little teeny tiny belly pouch and it's directly related to her sugar intake. She has no fat anywhere else. Everything I've read relates belly fat to sugar intake. Add to that her lack of exercise, and voila, there you go. I would think that she'd only be required to cut her excess sugar consumption and exercise regularly in order to be healthier, have more energy and lose that little belly thing. She won't listen to a word I say, not that I've even said all that much. I did make a face when she told me the diet plan he gave her - all packaged power bars, etc. Nothing about healthful eating and whole foods, etc. We eat healthful foods in our home and there is always a great variety of good fresh whole foods. She chooses pre-packaged junk, and now she will run out and waste all of her money on prepackaged power bars and power drinks. Ugh. I just don't get it. The trainer is a guy who is only a couple years older than easy child and is not a nutritionist, etc., so where does he get off telling people how to eat? I'm pretty sure he's just a wanna-be body trainer who reads too many Fitness mags for men. The same techniques do not apply to pint sized women. What can I do? What would you do? Nothing? I already knew that-.