I love to hear people winning with their diet. I finished 3 months on Nutrisystem just before Christmas after I shrunk from a size 18 to a size 10! All that fat was gone baby and my old clothes all looked like they were made for an elephant. I was so happy I threw a party for my friends to burn my old clothes in the yard and it was so amazing. It cost me all my meager savings to buy new clothes for this new small size body but I’m the happiest girl on my block for sure!
I’m diabetic, have high blood pressure, high cholstrol, I’m 68 years old, BMI is over 34, 5’2″, 186 lbs…..been pondering this for a long time….what worries me is that this food plan will not satisfy me and I will not follow the plan….but would like to see what I can do a 6 month period, just worried I would be wasting my money….??
I have to say that their breakfast items and snacks are okay… Nothing tastes particularly good, but they are edible… Some of the muffins, scones, etc were very dry so I had to soak them in milk. Yes, that added calories to my “meals”, but at least I could swallow the food. I ate all 3 months’ worth of breakfasts and snacks without much of an issue. My deal also included their shakes, which were okay, but nothing great, so I still have some of those.
This product is produced in Washington, USA by a company known as Nutrisystem, which is a renowned company in producing a variety of weight loss* products and services. It was founded in 1972 and it’s also said to offer free delivery to persons living within USA.
Because grocery additions will vary by individual, these figures are estimates. Diet figures were supplied by Nutrisystem Inc. Participants aiming to reduce their sodium intake can opt for a 1,500-milligram menu.
During her tenure as president and CEO, the company has turned itself around. Annual profit has nearly quintupled, share value has risen sevenfold, and sales have increased for 16 consecutive quarters. Nutrisystem’s market value is now around $1.6…
Prepackaged foods are not for everyone and typically not something to use forever. They can be very limiting and create the sense of being “on a diet.” They will also get in the way of social events in which food is involved. Most people find that they only want to use this type of a diet for the short-term or for one or two meals per day. The other negative aspect of this diet is that the prepackaged foods contain the artificial sweeteners Sucaralose and Acesulfame K.
The “core” four-week plan, which includes either a prepicked selection of popular foods or your choice of more than 100 foods, plus shipping, starts at $10.54 each day. You can pay a few bucks more each day if you want more selection or extra TurboShakes. Remember: You’ve still got a monthly grocery bill to add to that. Your tab will vary depending on what produce you buy (go for anything in-season) and your protein choices (chicken and turkey are generally pretty affordable).
The food is nasty, slimy. Yuk. I did lose ten pounds in a month, but probably because I couldn’t stomach the food and could only force down part of the meals. Breakfasts and snacks were okay. Dinners made me gag.
“The representative was nice and polite. I told them I was overwhelmed with trying to get everything straight in my head. I felt like he needed to get to the next call and really did not have time to help me figure it all out. I feel like a representative should be more available to help me get started on the plan instead of just referring me to the material. The link he emailed to me was helpful.”
If you’re on a tighter budget, then the Basic will absolutely produce great results and is a plan that I have had success with. When you’re on this plan, Nutrisystem will build a menu for you from some of their most popular food items. I found that there was plenty of variety on this plan, but if you want to have more control over your menu, then I’d recommend upgrading to either the Core or Uniquely Yours plans.