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Thank you so very much for posting this. Just something you might consider … it just might be of benefit to your company in another way … good will! And though she ended her relationship with the company after about four years, she lost the equivalent weight of a healthy year-old and said in interviews that Weight Watchers changed her life. I refuse to get on the scale. Thank you for this:
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Diet-to-Go has some really good plans that sound like they could work for you. Both are going to be a bit more pricey than Nutrisystem, but sound like they could be a better fit.
My husband and I are considering NS. We also do not want to purchase ANY other food if possible. Hi Lynn — I replied to Ray with a couple of other options BistroMD and Diet-to-Go …I would recommend checking out those reviews if you think they may be something that would work for you and your husband.
There are definitely some ways to keep the costs down though. You will definitely want to incorporate fresh produce, though, as I think you would get tired of only eating their pre-made meals, and you will want to mix in a salad or something on most days just to get the health benefits from the fresh produce if nothing else.
Hi Pete — the frozen food is an additional charge, but can be included in your 4-week order or as an ala carte item. Many are on a fixed income and I am one of them … an older woman, a widow, and on a very fixed income. With the profit your company surely must realize, might you consider offering your program free to a few deserving people men and women who would benefit from it as well?
Just something you might consider … it just might be of benefit to your company in another way … good will! The Costco purchased gift cards can definitely be used and there is a space at checkout to put them in.
You will just have to make sure you put the gift card in a few days before the processing date for additional deliveries. I just went through this whole process and received my order today. Thanks for the very thorough cost information. Helped make my decision a lot easier. I agree, too, the frozen meals are definitely a nice bonus — especially the desserts! There are some costs with buying your own fruits or vegetables to consider too, but overall it seems fairly affordable.
Anyways, thanks for the detailed pricing breakdown, really appreciate it. Is it organic or are there a lot of preservatives in It. Hi Isabel — Thanks for visiting.
Hi Arlene — Thanks for visiting. I have always found it to be very easy to opt out. As long as you stay on the program for at least two months, you should be able to cancel without paying any type of penalty if you need to cancel after month 1 I mention one way to avoid the penalty in the review above , and customer service has always been very easy to deal with when I have needed to call them.
I live in Ottawa Ontario Canada. Where in Canada can I join. Are the costs of the meals increased to take in the difference between the American and Canadian do. Also what about duty and taxes, as well as shipping fees. I am a woman ,77 yrs old and need to lose at least 25 lbs. Please try to enlighten me.
Thank you very much for your assistance. What exactly is in the Turbo Shakes? Are the ingredients identified on the package? Best of luck — Norm. Hi Obie — I added a picture of the nutrition fact label on our Nutrisystem Shake page. I have limited freezer space and feel that the frozen foods would be the way for me to start and continue a controlled size appropriate diet. Does anyone offer three or four shipments monthly? If you get the Basic plan none of the foods are frozen, so that may be another option you could consider.
Diet-to-Go has a weekly shipment option — we have a review about them here: Hope that helps — NS. I have used your plan several years ago and did loose weight, but have gained some back. I am 81 yrs old and on a fixed income now.
Having to buy extra food is not feasible me. Any suggestions how I can use your plan without extra purchases? Notify me of new posts by email. Leave this field empty. Happy to help Tod…Thanks for reading!
I adore this site — its so usefull and helpful! Thanks, glad you find it helpful! Great, detailed price breakdown. Thanks for taking the time to put this together. Thanks for taking the time to comment, Mario. Happy to hear you found our information useful! I like it when individuals get together and share opinions. Great site, continue the good work! Thanks for the feedback, Antione! Thanks, Tara — happy to help! Hope the diet goes well if you end up trying it!
Happy to help, and best of luck with month 1. Thanks for the heads up about the auto-delivery as well. Also, do we need a lot of freezer space? Does the 4 weeks worth of food include frozen food too? Very well-written blog, I like it a lot. Thanks for the detailed info! Thank you for your time in helping me learn about all the costs involved. You bet, thanks for the feedback! Costco has nutri system gift cards. Can they be used with the special ADO plan..
Thanks for the info, Dana! Thanks for helping out, great info. Atkins focuses on lowering carbohydrates and introducing them back into the diet slowly. Weight Watchers is a points-based program and has support systems for people to meet with other dieters. Weight Watchers was started by Jean Nidetch after having regular meetings with friends for dieting support. Jean built the Weight Watchers diet program into an empire with 11 physicians and nine PhD health researchers overseeing the diet plan.
Atkins was created by Robert C. The diet took off in the late s and is still practiced by some dieters who want to lose large amounts of weight quickly. The Atkins diet is a low-carb diet that cuts carbohydrates to 20 grams or less during the induction phase. After the induction phase, the allowable carbohydrate count is increased to 25 grams.
The carbohydrate allowance is raised by 5 grams every day until the dieter reaches 40 to grams of carbohydrates daily. The extreme decrease in caloric intake leads to rapid weight loss. Weight Watchers focuses on a points system.
Dieters are able to eat whatever they want, but they count points to avoid overeating or indulging in foods that have too many calories. Weight Watchers also has weekly meetings, so dieters have a method of support. Weight Watchers also has a core plan where dieters can choose pre-packaged foods. This eliminates the need to count calories or points. The Atkins diet promotes weight loss, but the concern is the increase in fatty foods allowed by the diet plan.