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Nutrisystem Update!


Hey Neighbors!

My husband is joining me in Nutrisystem.  He will not be on the Nutrisystem D program though.  He just received notification that his first food order is shipping.  My daughters and I have been scaring him regarding what he will have to give up!  It is actually going to be fun to do this together.  He has started using my treadmill and occasionally we go to the Y and walk together.  That is more fun!  We are encouraging him to start drinking more water now.

We are on the road again and I packed my bag of Nutrisystem to go with me.  The hotel has a treadmill, so I can still exercise.  The only problem is we are keeping sort of odd hours as we have crossed a time zone.  I am extremely tired.  And it is only for a week that we will be in this time zone before we cross again!

Now for the great news.  I have lost 3 lbs so far. Since we are traveling I will update weight loss next week.  I didn't think to bring my scale.  I was hoping for more, but as I said, I have been doing some adjusting in the diet, and I am still working on it.  I have to monitor my glucose a little more than usual.  I also don't eat the desserts as much, or I cut them in half.  This week I am going to start adding working with my weights.

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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

Barbara Montag said…
It's great that you can do this together!
Congrats on your weight loss.
I am maintaining my loss and know what dedication it takes.

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