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Traveling with Nutrisystem

Hi Neighbors!

As you all know I started Nutrisystem D.  For the first few weeks I am going to write about some of the different facets of Nutrisystem.  Last time I wrote about getting started and how I switch a few things around.  This time, I wanted to mention how easy it is to use the Nutrisystem while on the road.

I am able to take small trips and still use Nutrisystem because of the Pantry items.  It would be more difficult, but not impossible to take a few of the frozen items.  Anyway, I can easily bring along the muffins, breakfast bars, and  for breakfast.  Then for lunch, as long as where I am going has a microwave, I can easily heat up a tuna salad, chicken salad, a Ham and Bean soup or chili.  And then of course for dinner, I have my choice of a few different meals like, the Italian Herb Flatbread Pizza, Chicken Patty, Hamburger, or Chicken Alfredo.  Of course they are many more options, this was just to give you an idea of some of the choices.


Most trips, I am still able to exercise, just by brining along a DVD, a couple small weights, or taking a morning walk.  Of course some hotels have exercise rooms, where you can use a treadmill.  So you can even continue your exercise routine while on the road.  Now, don't get me wrong, it is not always easy, but you can do it.


And of course you can easily bring water with you!  Just buy a gallon and refill you bottle as you go along.  Remember even while traveling to drink plenty of water. I have found sometimes when I think I am hungry if I just drink some water, that feeling will go away.


Now, some of you might ask, what do I do if we go to a restaurant.  Well, that is a good question.  I personally usually just go for a salad, or a vegetable plate.  I have also ordered a small steak or a hamburger minus the extras.  I mean I eat a plain hamburger, no bun.  Remember, I am watching carbs.  You can always find a way to get creative!  And of course in your Nutrisystem book they have recommendations based on different types of restaurants.


I almost forgot dessert!  There are many choices, like popcorn and brownies, but I discovered Nitrichocolates!  Seriously, the whole bag is only 13 carbs!  That means I can split the bag in half and only have 7 1/2 carbs!  And they taste good too!




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So, there you have it.  Even if you need to take a trip, you can still continue your Nutrisystem.  Next week we will discuss, either exercise or the importance of water!  Have a great day neighbors!

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

Katharina said…
I've used Nutrisystem in the past and never even thought of taking it traveling... what an excellent idea and since I have to order more of it, I'll remember this time! Thank you. :-)
Katharina

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