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oakeybears 145 115 June 16, 2016 at 03:14 PM in Health & Beauty (9) More Walmart Deals
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In the process of losing weight.I like the sounds of this
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A 20 day supply with shakes is $199 at Costco. This is a good deal, only negative is that you can't choose your food I don't think.

Oh, and nutrisystem does work. I've lost almost 20lbs in just under 2 months. No doubt id have lost more if my weekends weren't all family parties now too.
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What is included inside? 3 meals for 5 days?
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From my experience with Nutrisystem (I went through Costco), it did work while I was on it, but I immediately gained back whatever I lost as soon as I stopped. The food wasn't that great tasting either (and I'm not a picky eater), but that was also maybe five years ago. Maybe things have changed.I know not everyone will share the same experience, but that's mine.

I understand that this is for convenience, or for those who are completely useless in the kitchen, or other reasons not listed, but I don't think it's worth the money. I've maintained 90lbs of weight loss for the last three or so years cooking satisfying meals and exercising regularly. I'd rather spend that money towards a comfortable pair of running shoes, or some gym clothes.
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It's actually only breakfast lunch and snack so the costco deal might still be better (tho more money upfront). I personally love the nutrisystem meals. For a single person nutrisystem is a better value than shopping for yourself and if your a busy person it also removes the urge to just eat poorly out of convenience. I will do this at least for 3 more months to try and lose the weight and then I'll consider my options. If you follow the recipes and suggestions they give you it's very easy to plan your healthy meals. I think the key to nutrisystem is that everything is high protein so you aren't hungry
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From my experience with Nutrisystem (I went through Costco), it did work while I was on it, but I immediately gained back whatever I lost as soon as I stopped. The food wasn't that great tasting either (and I'm not a picky eater), but that was also maybe five years ago. Maybe things have changed.I know not everyone will share the same experience, but that's mine.

I understand that this is for convenience, or for those who are completely useless in the kitchen, or other reasons not listed, but I don't think it's worth the money. I've maintained 90lbs of weight loss for the last three or so years cooking satisfying meals and exercising regularly. I'd rather spend that money towards a comfortable pair of running shoes, or some gym clothes.
You would of course gain the weight back when you stopped if you replaced the 200 calorie nutri-meal with 800 calorie plates.

Convenience is a huge factor here but there's little mystery behind weight gain/loss.. Track your food

calories in < calories out
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sugar is more important than calories. the more sugar you take in the more insulin you produce and insulin turns extra sugars into fat.
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