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The NutriSystem Diet – How Much Does NutriSystem Cost?

Posted on November 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

If you have thought about giving the NutriSystem diet a try, one of the first questions that you are likely to have is how much does NutriSystem cost. Is NutriSystem affordable?

Like most prepackaged diet delivery programs, the upfront cost can seem like a lot, but compared to some other weight loss programs, NutriSystem is actually quite affordable. It also stacks up well against the money you are spending on food every week if you are eating lots of foods you shouldn’t be and buying lunch out every day.

NutriSystem is basically a “replacement” diet. The foods you usually eat are replaced by healthier, lower calorie versions of those same foods provided to you by NutriSystem. And these meals are regularly delivered to your door, so you don’t have to worry about shopping for them, worrying about measurements and portion sizes, and so on.

The base price for the NutriSystem dieting plan is about $299.95 a month, which works out to around $10 a day. This might sound like a lot when you think about it all in one lump sum, but if you add up what you are currently spending on groceries and eating out, you may find out that you are actually spending more right now.

You also need to consider all that you get for this price. You’ll get enough of the popular NutriSystem meals to last you for 28 days. So, if you eat five times a day (one breakfast, one lunch, one dinner, and two snacks), that works out to about $2 or $3 per meal. For the average person, this is probably less than you spend on your meals right now, but without the added benefit of losing weight.

How Are You Supposed To Handle Special Occasions On The Nutrisystem Diet?

Posted on November 3, 2018 in Uncategorized

I sometimes hear from people who are very interested in trying the Nutrisystem diet. But they are concerned about what is going to happen when they have a special occasion that they have to attend. So, they are hesitant because they just aren’t sure as to how this is going to work. And they don’t want to commit to a diet where they are going to feel guilty for occasionally living their life.

As an example, I might hear a comment like: “I am interested in Nutrisystem. I looked at the menu on the website and many of the foods interest me. I think that it might be a good fit, but I have concerns. I don’t see anything on the website about being able to take a meal or two off sometimes. My sister is getting married this summer. In addition the ceremony itself, there are going to be all types of outings and get togethers. Like showers and parties. So what will happen then? Do I have to skip a meal on the day that I know I have a special occasion to make up for it? Is this sort of thing allowed?”

While you may not find a lot of literature about taking time off for a special occasion on Nutrisystem, I can tell you that it is occasionally done. I would highly recommend that you take this question to Nutrisystem and ask them this question via telephone or live chat in order to get an official answer. But here is my take on it and here is what I commonly see done. I don’t think it’s a crime to give yourself permission to enjoy a special occasion every once in a while. In fact, Nutrisystem does have a part time plan called “Nutrisystem flex” where the folks on that plan take two days off every week. And, from what I have heard, many folks are quite happy with their results, even with the days off. Of course, one key to this is that the dieters are highly encouraged to eat sensibly on the days that they take off. It’s common sense that you won’t have as good of results if you use those days off for regular pig out sessions each and every week. That’s just common sense. However, this plan is a good indication that there is room for flexibility in the diet.

And, I don’t think that taking off for a special occasion is going to be the end of the world. In my own life, I have navigated this by trying not to build the thing up so that it’s a big deal. I know that some people will try to cut back on their eating before the event in an attempt to save calories so that when they do indulge, they are keeping the extra calories down. But I have never found that to work well for me. I just end up getting anxious about it, then I get hungry because I’ve been skipping meals. So I end up eating more than I otherwise would have. And then I feel guilty afterward to boot. So it’s anxiety followed by guilt which is never a good combination. So, all in all, the whole thing is just disappointing.

For me, I’ve found that the best thing that do is to eat normally before the big event and then to just try to be reasonable at that time. It is better to cheat with fat and protein than with carbs and sugar. But if this isn’t possible, I don’t get upset. I give myself permission to be totally present in the moment and that means enjoying myself. And the next day, you can bet that I am right back to my normal schedule.

I think that this is the best way to handle it. Go ahead and allow yourself that special occasion and then just carry on. Sure, your results may vary a little for that particular week. But by getting back on the plan right away, your monthly results should still be OK.

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Carb Back Loading Cbl 1.0 Review – How Does It Work? Diet Plan Book by John Kiefer Program

Posted on October 28, 2018 in Uncategorized

Carb Back Loading Program Review – Does it Really Work?

Carb Back Loading by John Kiefer is a popular & successful fitness and fat loss manual, and right now thousands of people are learning how easy it is to look the way they want every day of their lives – no self-deprivation required. Carb Back Loading helps you eat all the bad food you want and still gain muscle while losing fat simultaneously. That’s essentially the promise Kiefer makes, and he delivers again.

Eat the Food You Love and Still Lose Fat.

A Carb Back Loading diet is basically timing when you eat your carbs, and only eating carbs in the afternoons/evenings after you’ve already worked out… that way the carbs are being consumed by your muscles rather than your fat cells, the science says. Essentially carb back loading is eating carbs toward the end of your day, so basically for dinner and dessert.

The author developed the manual after nearly two decades of reading through science and medical journals, absorbing everything from the thermodynamics of the body to biomolecular processes that make metabolism possible.

Can I Really Eat Donuts and Ice Cream and Still Lose Fat?

Yes, it worked for me and I had also tried everything before, I’ve also eaten donuts and woke up leaner the next day. The author of the manual also says he eats cherry turnovers, hamburgers and fries, ice cream and cheesecake and guess what? He still wakes up every morning to a toned, muscular body and a six-pack of abs.

This is because research has shown that for easy, sustainable fat loss, insulin levels should be kept as low as possible during the fast half of the day and spiked late at night. No more oatmeal and egg whites for breakfast – but bring on the late night pizza and cookies.

So what are the main steps to follow or start with?

* Have coffee/cream or tea in the morning. If having breakfast, protein and fat.
* Low carb throughout the day. Load up on good meats and veggies and good fats for lunch and snacks.
* Push any other carbs until post-workout (after 6pm which works well for busy moms who just want normal family dinners.) Again, even if you’re training in the morning, or you aren’t training at all that day, you would still see results just by pushing carbs back until evening. I know, because I’ve done it all.

* Enjoy a nice dessert in the evening like a donut or ice cream and still lose fat!
* A Carb back loading diet is basically timing when you eat your carbs, and only eating carbs in the afternoons/evenings after you’ve already worked out… that way the carbs are being consumed by your muscles rather than your fat cells, the science says.
* Essentially you will be eating carbs toward the end of your day, so basically for dinner and dessert.

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