We'll see about that!
Okay so let's start off with this:
I am not sponsored by nutrisystem in any way
I have been on their plan and I am simply speaking from my own experience.
100% true and honest review!
Okay! Now that we got all that out of the way!
At the end of last year I did Nutrisystem for about 3 months.
I had to stop- but we will get to that later.
Although I was surprised by the price (I thought it would be higher)- it still isn't cheap, by any means.
The regular women's plans range anywhere from $270-$330 (not including shipping)
They also have vegetarian plan.
a silver plan (which I believe is more for seniors looking to lose weight)
and a men's plan.
All of these plans cost a little bit more than the regular women's plans.
Maybe you are looking at that $270 price and thinking
"Hey that's not bad for food for a whole month for one person"
But that is where you are wrong.
You still have to buy food.
On the nutrisystem plan (and this isn't very clearly communicated before you purchase)
You still have to buy certain "carb" foods, "protein" foods, and fruits and veggies-
which can really add up ontop of the $270-$330!
"But Mh! Did you lose weight??"
I did- not very fast.
I followed the diet really well, but after 3 month I had only lost a little less than 20lbs.
which is good- but not great
I really missed cooking for myself-
and the meals (no matter how positive your attitude is) get really boring after a while.
The breakfast, desserts and most of the lunches were always awesome- I hardly tasted one I didn't like.
But the dinners?
They were always either a hit or BIGGGG miss for me.
(a lot of times I would just skip dinner altogether)
I had to go off Nutrisystem because at the time there was a concern that I might have diabetes
and I was on the regular women's plan.
(not the best mix)
Turns out I didn't have diabetes.
But the meals were so boring, and the price was so high-I just really haven't wanted to sign back up again.
I have a lot of weight to lose, which will take some time.
Eating the same things over and over and over again for over a year?
So for me, counting calories is a lot cheaper and tastier.
But maybe you don't like to cook, you spend a lot on groceries and eating out, and you have a pounds to lose?
Then Nutrisystem might be a good deal for you!
But I just don't see myself starting back up anytime soon.
OH! almost forgot!
If you do sign up- make sure you are committed to at least 2 months of it.
There is a cancellation fee if you try to cancel your plan before the 2 months are over.
Let me know if this was helpful in anyway- or if there is another product you are curious about!
But for now my sweets;
I'll leave you with this little word of advice for you journey!
And I'm right there with you!
Let's find something that works and commit to it!