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Pizza. Wings. Peanut Butter & Jelly. And Iced Tea. That's been my diet so far today. Yesterday - pizza, peanut butter and jelly and a couple eggs while sneaking in a couple chocolate pieces. Why am I floating around 245 lbs? It's a mystery. If I could afford it I'd check out Nutrisystem. Not that it's expensive, I'm just that poor. Bad life choices. My own fault. That only means I look at this review with the eye of someone who wants to spend the pennies he has avialable wisely and, who knows - if I find a plan I like, I wouldn't have to buy groceries.
Nutrisystem hits the sweat spot for those of use who can't afford a nutritionist or even like to buy groceries. They figure out your diet, preplan your meals, tell you what you can and can't eat. The trick for you use to figure out how not to fall off the wagon - like if you know there's gourmet jelly beans in the cabinet next to the fridge. Or the Keurig sitting on the other side of your propped feet. If you can avoid these issues and bring in your doctor to get you going, you should be okay.
According to nutrisystem.com, Nutrisystem claims the following features and benefits:
- deals and specials
- 30 new and improved foods
- family plans
- gift cards
- 14 day risk free guarantees
Order Process: Clean, given their volume. They get complaints here and there but so does everyone company that size. There wasn't anything that stuck out that scared us in any way. Just make sure you go one step at a time when ordering and if you don't like it within the 14 days, make sure you are proactive.
Product Performance: They don't become the powerhouse they are today without at least some success. Blogosphere is in good standing. Press seems okay. They are a process.
Nutrisystem is littered with endorsements and positive press. They get so many endorsements that when one goes bad they can swap them out. They plan meals, work with doctors, and give support. If you can quit sneaking chocolate and blaming it on everyone else then you should be ready to go. Remember to consult your physician before starting in on any diet and exercise. Customer Service: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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