I just finished my third week on Nutrisystem. I am down another pound bringing my grand total in the three weeks to 5.5 pounds lost. This past week consisted of a lot of running around and traveling. I am certain that the results could have been a higher loss if I had not been traveling. It’s difficult to stick to the meal plan when you are going to a place where you don’t have access to a microwave and will be having to dine out for the entire day. I did make much better choices than I would have previously made but not as good as if I had been at home.
I am happy with my 1 pound loss for the week. I have also been learning what foods I really love and which ones, not so much. This is helpful to know because its a lot easier to stick to a plan when you actually enjoy what you are eating. I am particularly fond of the beef patties and flat bread pizza. It allows me to not feel deprived when everyone else around me is eating something that I would deem “yummy”. I’ve also found out that Nutrisystem has a select plan that offers frozen foods such as omelets, french toast, meatball subs, and ICE CREAM, to name a few! I am so excited by the added variety but the ice cream has made me so excited, I could almost cry:) Aside from carbs, ice cream has always been one of those foods that I decided a long time ago that I would rather do an extra hour ( or two if necessary) of cardio than forgo my ice cream. Now, thanks to the Select program…I can have the best of both worlds. I can’t wait to try it out!
Hope every one has a fabulous Thanksgiving, sharing wonderful times with those you love. Enjoy the day and remember the things that you are thankful for in your life. I know I am thankful for Nutrisystem and this opportunity to change my life.
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