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Nutrisystem Weight Loss Program

Lose up to 13 pounds and 7 inches overall in your first month with Nutrisystem Turbo13. On Nutrisystem Turbo for Men, lose 15 pounds and 7 inches overall in your first month. Losing weight can be easier if you outsource meal-management chores. Nutrisystem determines portions, prepares and delivers your meals, and tells you what to eat and when. It makes for guaranteed calorie restriction, the tried-and-true weight-loss tactic. Nutrisystem is built around portion control and meal planning. A feature of the diet is the glycemic index, a measure of how various carbs affect your blood sugar. The program is high in protein and emphasizes "good" carbs, such as many veggies and whole grains that are digested slowly. That keeps you feeling full longer and your blood sugar and metabolism from going out of whack.

How does Nutrisystem Diet work?

 Jump-start your weight loss with "Turbo Take Off Week," during which you'll eat Nutrisystem entrees, NutriCurb bars, TurboShakes designed to support digestive health and TurboBoosters, which are added to drinks to help boost metabolism. Instead of a TurboShake, men have Nutri-Pro shakes, geared toward increasing energy and supporting lean muscle mass.After that, you make a few key decisions, the most difficult of which may be "breakfast burrito or Italian herb flatbread pizza?" and "red velvet whoopee pie or thin mint crisp bar?" Just wait for the breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts to show up at your doorstep, then dig in. You can't completely avoid the supermarket, though. You'll have to swing by to pick up the mandatory fruits, veggies, protein and dairy products of your liking to supplement Nutrisystem's packaged meals. A glossy pamphlet tells you how much and when to add your grocery items. Depending on your plan – there are gender-specific tracks for adults, seniors, diabetics and vegetarians – you'll eat five to six times a day. The program can also be customized for those needing a lower sodium (about 1,500 mg/day) level.How easy is it to follow?
Can you cut back on dining out? Can you withstand the temptation to eat what the rest of the family is eating most nights of the week? While Nutrisystem certainly makes dieting simple – you don't count calories, preportioned food comes right to your doorstep and you know exactly what and when to eat – you may still need to muster up willpower to stick to it. Fortunately, you get a "flex" breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack each week, which can help you keep your social engagements or answer occasional cravings. At least in the short-term, you shouldn't tire of your menu choices – Nutrisystem offers more than 150 foods to choose from on one of its most extensive plans, "Uniquely Yours." In one study, mentioned in the weight-loss and diabetes sections, there wasn't a significant difference in the dropout rate of Nutrisystem versus control dieters.

Convenience: Main entrees can be ordered with the click of a mouse, but restaurant meals are only occasionally allowed. Alcohol is discouraged, but possible since you get up to three extras per day (about 100 calories total) to use as you want. Time spent at the grocery store is limited. When you're ready to wean yourself off the program, it offers recipes and coaches. Online resources are free and helpful.
Recipes: If you crave a break from frozen and pantry foods, Nutrisystem has a smattering of member- and company-generated recipes online, including on the website The Leaf.
Eating out: Discouraged and challenging, but possible – particularly for your two "flex" meals each week. The company provides an "eating out guide" with recommendations categorized by cuisine such as Thai, Italian and French. The guide also suggests diet-friendly foods at 30 of the most popular eateries nationwide.
Alcohol: The empty calories generally make it a dieting no-no. But after making some headway toward your weight-loss goal, an occasional beer or glass of wine can be worked in.
Timesavers: The diet itself is a time-saver, since it emphasizes packaged meals. Choosing a meal plan and ordering meals is simple. While you can hand-pick each and every meal you eat, the predetermined "favorites package" is just a couple of clicks away, if you're not picky. You can also sign up for automatic billing and shipping of your food packages. Trips to the grocery store to stock up on fresh produce, dairy and protein should be quick. Nutrisystem provides a list of popular choices and their recommended servings.
Extras: You can track your meals, exercise and weight loss online; start a blog; connect with other members in Nutrisystem chat rooms; and talk with a Nutrisystem counselor for support. You can even sync some wearable fitness devices with NuMi, a digital product for do-it-yourself dieters.
Fullness: Hunger shouldn't be a problem. Entrees will likely be smaller than what you're used to, but you supplement them with protein, fiber-packed produce and veggies (some even in unlimited amounts), which generally keep you feeling fuller longer. Eating at regular intervals throughout the day should also keep tummy growls at bay. In a 2009 National Business Research Institute survey of 9,600 Nutrisystem dieters, four out of every five said the program satisfied their hunger.
Taste: Nutrisystem products should be palatable for most. A 2011 Consumer Reports taste test that pitted Nutrisystem's packaged meals against those of its rival, Jenny Craig, deemed Jenny the winner by a slight margin. While Jenny's meals were slightly tastier, Nutrisystem's fare was rated "good" overall. (A side test of frozen Nutrisystem entrees did much better than pantry ones, according to the review.) A company survey of 3,500 customers conducted in 2010 found that nine out of every 10 were happy with the quality and taste of their food. In 2014, Nutrisystem introduced 40 new items and reformulated another 32 products to remove artificial flavors and sweeteners. It also phased out 19 products based on customer feedback. It now has almost no artificial sweeteners, colors or flavors.
What You Can Eat and What You Can't

Nutrisystem is a 28-day program that offers prepackaged foods. Breakfast options include oatmeal, muffins, granola, and pancakes. Lunches and dinners include selections like tacos; chicken and pasta; soup, stew, and chili; and pizza. For desserts and snacks, you might have brownies, cake, or cookies. The program provides a long list of fruits, vegetables, nuts, fresh meat and dairy, and other foods that you can eat along with your Nutrisystem foods. Overall, the foods and meal plans focus on: A variety of nutrients. About half your calories come from carbs, 25% from protein, and 25% from fat. "Smart" carbohydrates. These don't raise your blood sugar as much as other foods. On the plan, you’ll need to limit or avoid high-GI foods (like white bread, white rice, and certain fruits).

Limited calories. The calorie count is designed to help you lose a pound or two each week on this diet program. The exception is the "Lean 13" plan on which women can lose up to 13 pounds and 7 inches in the first month while men can expect to lose 15 pounds and 7 inches.

Limited sodium. According to the company, the programs provide about 2,000 milligrams of sodium daily. The foods you buy on your own may add to the total. Level of Effort: Medium Ordering a month’s worth of food is easy, and the items are already made for you. But you won’t have your usual degree of control over what foods you choose to eat. And you may get fewer calories than you're used to.

Limitations: You pick your foods from the choices Nutrisystem offers. There are 150 foods to choose from their most extensive plan "Uniquely Yours." You can also choose from dozens of items to buy on your own at the grocery store.

Cooking and shopping: You can buy a 28-day shipment of food that the company selects, or you can choose each individual item yourself. You can sign up for a meal plan intended for women, men, vegetarians, people with diabetes, or anyone older than 60. You hardly have to cook, since most Nutrisystem foods either are ready to eat or only need heating. But some items that you buy from the grocery store, like vegetables and fish, may involve more preparation. Packaged foods or meals: Required. In-person meetings: None.

Nutrisystem suggests you get at least 30 minutes of physical activity daily. You can break this up into three 10-minute periods throughout the day.

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