Today is the Day to Take Action! Comes with a comprehensive booklet on how to make the most of this weight loss system. That is amazing to me since I've tried other programs and have even gained weight instead of lost them. I love that you can add some of your own foods. Plus, keep on track with a simple-to-use meal planner and access to weight loss counselors--free with your purchase of the Nutrisystem Members' Favorites Top-Rated 5 Day Weight Loss Kit. Check here for product reviews, gadgets and recipes that will help you stay on track.
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Tell us if something is incorrect. Arrives by Thursday, Sep About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. I then decided to try the Frozen Kit The total loss I have is 9 lbs. I then ordered another 2 frozen kits and no loss last week. Has my body adjusted to the food in the frozen kit?
I have decided to go back to the high protein kit this week and will write another review with my new results. I'll then go back to the frozen I have. I'll see if I have any loss this week and update my review. Maybe the trick is to go back and forth? I have 15 pounds to lose FrancieAZ, October 9, You wanted to know exactly which foods are included in the 5 day Frozen Meal Box?
At the top of the page, to the left of the product picture and purchase info are 4 small boxes with additional views of the product.
Click the one with just writing in it, which is the back view of the box. Then, click the "plus sign" to enlarge the pic. Once it pulls up this full screen view, I found that clicking "plus" about 4 more times made it very easy to read all the names of the entrees and snacks. You will also be able to check the ingredient list for every item.
I hope this helps! WeeWeeSnowbunny, November 6, Kick start for portion and food group reminder. Dreyers makes a great line of frozen fruit bars in a variety of flavors. Portion control is the key when it comes to dessert. Make sure that you only buy treats that are individually wrapped as single servings. Even Walmart sometimes carries one or two of their products. In addition to truly great taste especially the chocolate varieties , Vitalicious products all have very high fiber content to keep you feeling full.
For lower priced options that are in most supermarkets not in the frozen food section , try brownies from Fiber One. Most people find them very tasty, and they have fiber to ward off hunger. A lesser way to go but still okay are the calorie packs of cookies, chips, or pretzels.
They are nutritionally worthless, and won't keep you from getting hungry, BUT, they're only calories and may satisfy a craving. I can't stress enough how important it is to only buy snacks that are individually wrapped per serving.
Never buy a big bag of potato chips or cookies! Don't buy any ice cream that isn't in single-serving portions. You will regret it! To see how it works, watch the brief video below:. If you find yourself pushed for time, frozen foods may be the right way for you to lose weight. Of course, if cooking is your passion, then this plan won't suit you at all. Don't worry - I pro mise you that there is a path to weight loss that will work for you. She specializes in weight loss, for both adults and children.
Too busy to prepare your own low calorie meals? This affordable dietitian-designed program will save you time and money. You'll eat specially-chosen frozen meals from popular brands that you'll buy in your supermarket. When you're not in the mood for a frozen entree, you'll eat salads and low calorie recipes. Here's the good news: You can do-it-yourself for less! All you need is a microwave oven and a trip to your supermarket.
Let's start with calorie limits.