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Nutrisystem Has Started!

Hey Neighbors!

My Nutrisystem D has arrived.  It was so exciting to unpack the box and cooler.  I mean I received 30 days worth of food.  And they have some really great meals!  I LOVE that each food package you receive is color coded for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack.  It filled the top of my freezer and I have my own shelf in the pantry now.

This was great!  It is like a Philly cheesesteak melt.
I will tell you that being diabetic and having come off my medication completely by counting carbs, I am having to do a little swapping and substituting. I am really monitoring my glucose.  I have been doing things like having my dinner for lunch and the the lower carb lunch for dinner.  I also sometimes have a lower carb snack than they offer.  Not bad so far though.  I think it just might work!
This was sooooo good!


Check out the omelet!
I do have to share this one story though.  The first hamburger I tried was interesting.  First off, it is a pantry item.  That means, it has been dehydrated.  When you open the package and touch it, it looks and feels like cardboard.  BUT... don't stop there!  After you add the boiling water.... It is delicious!  I melted a piece of cheese on mine and ate it without bread.  Super!

These last two are a tad spicy!

Along with all this wonderful food I received a water bottle to keep track of water consumption.  This is extremely important.  then of course they have a wonderful support system through their website.  Not to mention Facebook.

Having said all this and shared the pictures of the food, I am truly looking forward to continuing the Nutrisytem D program and will have a weekly post so you will also know how I am doing!  I am still doing my treadmill and as it starts to cool off I will start walking in the neighborhood.  I will be back next week to update you.

Want to lose weight and get healthy on Nutrisystem? Join today by calling (1-888-853-4689) or by visiting (http://www.nutrisystem.com/nsblog)

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I will be receiving Nutrisystem free of charge for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from Nutrisystem.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

Comments

Kelly N. said…
im all for eating healthy,but im a little scared of eating this kind of foos...i run for fitness and i eat what i want,and normaly when you're fit..you eat less
Allison Downes said…
All that looks so yummy! Also you mentioned the last two were a bit spicy. Tip: When you are craving something sweet like chocolate or even something snack-y, eat something spicy. I learned that on Dr. Oz. It satisfies those cravings!

Thanks for the post!
Good luck with your diet program :) I love spicy food, but it always makes me want something sweet to cool me down, afterwards. I started chewing gum right after eating spicy food to avoid wanting ice cream etc. I love, love, love Indian Food and Mexican food--best foods for dieting, because the flavor is so big! (best for me) :)

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