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Nutrisystem Update!



Hey Neighbors!

It has been awhile since I have done a Nutrisystem post, and I want to tell you why.  Unfortunately I am unable to use the Nutrisystem D products.  Not because there is something wrong, I am sure this would work great for someone who is on medication, but I am not and as such it drives my sugar too high.  That is the bad news.  The good news is, the regular Nutrisystem is working great for my husband!

He has been wanting to loose weight for some time.  Nutrisystem gave him the tools to do so!  He has lost 14 lbs. and it shows!  It has been so helpful to him to have portions already set out, the encouragement to drink more water and of course to exercise.  He has had more water than I have ever seen him drink.  The girls and I have been trying to get him to give up soda and drink more water for a long time.  Now he carries his Nutrisystem bottle just about everywhere we go.  He even takes it into restaurants and refills it before leaving! WOW!

As far as exercise goes he has been going to the Y five days a week.  When we travel he uses the hotel bikes and treadmills.  He is doing super great!

Next week I will try to add a before and  a how he is doing now photo!

FOr those who are interested, Nutrisystem just announced a new CEO, Dawn M. Zeir.  You can read about that here.

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.

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Unknown said…
I'm glad you made a good decision and put your health first.

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I like your ideas in bringing in the fall and in winter decor-- We have just started here--lots of leaves this year soo we are incorporating them into some of the wreaths--thanks--great pixs

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