Nutrisystem


Monday, 30 January 2006 at 5:00 am Pacific USA Time.

I’m trying the Nutrisystem diet, and I have to say that so far, it’s affordable, easy to follow, tasty, and shows results. That’s good marketing!

I thought their foods would be tributes to salt and totally out of balance as many pre-prepared diet foods are. They’re not. They’re tasty (for what they are), and they are moderate on the salt. It’s not like you only taste the salt. :) There are many meal choices, so I was available to avoid foods to which I’m allergic while having plenty of menu choices at each meal.

I decided to try it after seeing a TV ad about a special they were running. You could get 28 days of food for around $280. You do have to buy some groceries, but I still thought that $10/day was very fair.

I was recently on a business trip, and it was easy to eat the food. Some only need hot water, some need microwaves, some are ready as is. I couldn’t fill in the groceries I was supposed to eat, so you have to choose carefully while on the road. But it was still easy to follow while travelling.

Good on Nutrisystem for coming up with what seems like a great plan.


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