I am female. I was thinking about trying nutrisystem to help control my eating. I have been out of control for a bit and put some pounds back on. Any comments, suggestions and feed back would be appreciated? If you have tried it, let me know as well.
Thread: Nutrisystem-what do you think?
03-30-2007, 07:11 PM #1
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03-31-2007, 02:09 AM #4
The food tastes nasssssssssssssty
They give you 1 month worth of food..you dont even need to freeze it..it might sound like a good thing but it is full of preservatives
Out of alllll the 20 or so dishes that i got....maybe 2 were acceptable to eat..they also tasted terrible...rubber chicken...REALLY RUBBER...SUCKS
you tried microwaved meals? like lean cuisin? they arent even that good...but they are 10 times better than nutri system
You still have to buy vegetables and fruits etc...you cant go with nutrisystem alone..it says so on the box or whatever..
trust me dont go with it...
03-31-2007, 05:24 AM #5
If you think it is because of the preportioned meals, you could just as easily do that for yourself. I feel for your situation as I have been there before. I suggest a digital food scale so you can start to see what portion sizes look like, some healthy low-cal snacks (ie: carrot sticks, etc.), and some will power. Yes, will power. For me, I didn't start to get my eating under control until I was sick & tired of being sick & tired. Once I couldn't stand my weight anymore is when I had the determination to stick with it. It wasn't easy at first as I felt hungry at times (because I was so used to stuffing myself), but it passed after a few days. The decision is up to you....you can do it.RIP My Beloved Son: March 2000 ~ June 2008.
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04-02-2007, 06:37 PM #6
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