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Trust me, you don't want them telling you what you're going to be eating. This plan is weekdays only. So, weekends are on your own. I way prefer this. Years ago my wife and I did the full plan and the auto-ship thing. We ended up with a ton of uneaten, expensive food. On this plan I can accomplish several goals. On this, I order food when I'm ready so, if we go on vacation I don't have a shipment sitting on my front porch in the rain for a week and I'm not accumulating a lot of expensive food I can't eat.
I know I have two days a week to plan out potential restaurant trips. The weekends on your own works far better for me. This plan teaches me to eat right even when not eating Nutrisystem's food and I'm getting better at it. The weight loss is not real fast. I am on week 11 and I have lost 21 pounds. But, there was no starvation involved.
I eat a lot of salads and I always keep good apples around to snack on. I haven't been exercising any more than I was before. On the weekends I may cheat a little but, I never go crazy. I haven't had a regular soda, any sweets outside of Nutrisystems snacks and I order wisely at restaurants.
There are lots of Nutrisystem compliant options wherever I go. For example, I can go to McDonalds. I'll order a hamburger, the base model, a side salad with fat free dressing and a diet coke. It's enough food and, in my world, is Nutrisystem compliant.
On my weekends I eat a lot of salads and grilled fish or chicken. Nutrisystem is pretty wonderful in one aspect, may favorite: I realize that I had be programed to expect too much food.
We're eating too much food, period. On my first morning this round of Nutrisystem I opened the granola cereal packet and dumped it in a bowl.
I thought "This ain't enough". But, guess what, it was. The process of re-programing myself took a couple of weeks, maybe that entire month to really get used to portion control. But, now I have gotten used to it I like it. Now when I go to a restaurant and see how much food they put on a plate it just gets me.
No wonder Americans can't control their weight. We are programmed to think that we need way more food than we do. Also, now I really enjoy food so much more. My taste buds must be working better but, I enjoy food more while eating far less and no cheap, junk foods. My weekday looks like this. I have become fond of the muffins.
They are easy and quick. I go to work and eat lunch about 1: Lunch is a small Walmart salad, the ones that come with everything including the fork, and my Nutrisystem entree.
I may also eat a nonfat yogurt but, not always. Middle of the day, if I really feel hungry I will eat an apple. About two hours from dinner time, if I'm really hungry I'll drink a Nutrisystem shake My favorite is the vanilla with crushed ice.
For dinner I'll eat another Walmart salad and another entree and maybe another nonfat yogurt. At about 9pm I eat my Nutrisystem snack, the carrot cake is fantastic. And that's what a regular guys week looks like on Nutrisystem. I have no kitchen skills so preparing complex and healthy meals can't happen.
Therefore, Nutrisystem works for me. I basically have two choices, low carb or Nutrisystem. Low carb works for me but, it can be pretty brutal and it's too much meat for my taste. BTW, Nutrisystem offers a vegetarian plan.
My Nutrisystem weekends on your own looks like this: Mornings I eat cereal. I like one bowl of Special K redberries with fat free skim milk and my two cups of coffee, sweetner no cream. Lunch on Satuardy, if I'm at home is a salad and maybe some watermelon. Dinner is usually at a restaurant. I like salads and I have had some awesome salads.
We went to a steak house last Saturday and I had the small grilled Salmon, a baked sweet potato and a salad. If we go Thai I get fresh salad rolls, I love em. We keep sugar free jello cups in the fridge all the time as a snack.
It's a free food so.. Anyway, maybe this information will help someone. I know for me my healthy lifestyle fell apart at the grocery store. Nutrisystem takes care of that for you. I go to the grocery store a lot these days but, it's all small purchases.
There's four grocery stores between work and home so I don't mind.