Dustin LaJaunie has come along way from the lbs. Keep up the good work, and thanks for sharing. For dinner I had a barbecue sauce with pork wrap. All is not lost. Where in Canada can I join.
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Because Nutrisystem is designed to encourage healthy weight loss, not to be used as a crash diet, typical participants on the plan lose 1 to 2 lbs. You may lose weight more quickly in the first few weeks of the program, but excessive rapid weight loss is unlikely. You can stay on Nutrisystem for as long as you like, so you can lose as much weight as you need to. The Success Stories section of the Nutrisystem website features participants who lost up to lbs.
One way to increase your weight loss is to include exercise in your efforts. Nutrisystem does not require exercise as part of the program, but does encourage it. The company sells exercise DVDs featuring cardio-walking and strength training.
Another way to ensure weight loss success on Nutrisystem is to consume the full six servings of fruits and vegetables per day recommended by the program. One concern with the Nutrisystem plan is that it does not teach you how to prepare and cook your own low-calorie meals.