NutriSystem D

A new meal delivery plan from NutriSystem catering to the needs of a diabetic diet.

Nutrisystem Diabetic Type II Food List
Surprisingly, I Lost Weight 5 out of 5 stars I was watching my afternoon television programs while eating fistfuls of chips and soda when I saw a NutriSystem commercial. I noticed that my waist was looking more defined, I started finding that my exercise routine was more effective, and I had a lot more energy. I liked the pasta dishes and the soups, and the Creamy Caesar Salad was not bad as far as salads go. The vegetarian menu has more than 90 foods to choose from. Thanks to Nutrisystem, I finally had the confidence to do it.

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Review: NutriSystem D (Part 1)

These don't raise your blood sugar as much as other foods. The calorie count is designed to help you lose a pound or two each week on this diet program. The exception is the "Lean 13" plan on which women can lose up to 13 pounds and 7 inches in the first month while men can expect to lose 15 pounds and 7 inches..

According to the company, the programs provide about 2, milligrams of sodium daily. The foods you buy on your own may add to the total.

And you may get fewer calories than you're used to. You pick your foods from the choices Nutrisystem offers. There are foods to choose from their most extensive plan "Uniquely Yours. You can buy a day shipment of food that the company selects, or you can choose each individual item yourself.

You can sign up for a meal plan intended for women, men, vegetarians, people with diabetes, or anyone older than You hardly have to cook, since most Nutrisystem foods either are ready to eat or only need heating. But some items that you buy from the grocery store, like vegetables and fish, may involve more preparation. Nutrisystem suggests you get at least 30 minutes of physical activity daily.

You can break this up into three minute periods throughout the day. There are meal plans for vegetarians and people with diabetes. But the program does not have plans for people following a vegan diet. And it doesn't allow for certain food allergies including soy or peanut allergies , and it's not gluten-free.

The cost varies based on things like the plan you choose -- such as for women or men, vegetarians, older adults, or people with diabetes. The program has an online community and web-based tools, as well as help by phone. You may face a challenge when you go off the program and have to make more food choices on your own. The program provides information on how to do this. Controlling calories and portions and eating regular meals is a healthy formula that should result in weight loss while on the plan.

It can be harder to make the transition to eating "real food" when you get closer to your weight-loss goal and don't rely on meals already made for you. A typical day looks like this: NutriSystem scrambled eggs and cheese for breakfast, beef and vegetable soup with a green salad for lunch, NutriSystem pretzels for a snack, sliced beef steak with potato wedges and brocoli for dinner and low fat yogurt and mixed berries for dessert,.

You are encouraged to exercise while following the NutriSystem D program. As part of your membership, you receive a free fitness DVD by Leslie Sansone which provides you sample workouts and guidelines for developing your own regular fitness routine.

NutriSystem D provides meals suited to help manage a diabetic diet. With broad menu choices and the NutriSystem name thousands have trusted for years, it's likely to be a positive ally for diabetics trying to manage their weight. NutriSystem D is not the first meal delivery service to create diabetic meal plans. See how they compare in our Meal Delivery Diet Comparison. I have been on this 1 week and I love all the food so far..

I bought the 5 day starter packs 3 of them and the food is palatable, some very good. It is easy to follow and the first week I lost 2. I have noticed my fasting blood sugar is higher and even though I'm on the D diabetic plan there are tons of carbs. I intend to continue thru the packs I have then make a decision about continuing.

The weight will have to come off and the blood sugar go down if it's a go. I might change to the new Atkins program that allows for 40 grams of carbs a day. I want to place my next order. I can't seem to get on the correct page to do this. Just joined this website a few minutes ago. I've been on Nutrisystem off and on for about 20 years. I did not join as a diabetic but I'm not switching plans as I checked food for food on both plans and I'm ok; I'm not ordering anything that's NOT on the diabetic plan so I'm ok with the Woman's Plan.

My opinion on Nutrisystem is this: That's been the main reason why I stopped the plan over the years, it got very expensive. Cost aside, I really like the food buttered popcorn is to die for and yes it's on the diabetic plan also , there's enough of a variety for anyone. I believe that once I loose all my weight 20 down, 15 to go , since I am now a diabetic I will be keeping the weight off and not go back to my old eating habits crossing my fingers on this of course when I go off Nutrisystem.

So, bottom line - main con is Cost. The glycemic index does not consider the glycemic load. Sure, carrots are high on the glycemic index, but you'd have to load 3 REALLY large raw carrots to get a slight increase in blood sugar. I find nutrisystem to be misleading.

ANYone can prepare a diabetes friendly menu with some education and a trip to the store to get the good foods, for a lot less that NS. It's all in portion sizes, and you can cook the correct portions yourself for much less. There are NO "you can't have it" foods on a 'diabetic diet. Just healthy cooking the foods you like and stepping away from the table a little sooner. If you are presented with a fake cookie alongside a real cookie, I would wager many people would eat the 'diet cookie has just as many carbs as a regular cookie, by the way and then eat the REAL cookie too, because it's more satisfying.

See your local diabetes educator for more details. I dont need to lose alot of weight but need to reduce sugars and retrain myself to eat right will this work.

I am a person who can eat anything. I have liked everything in my diet plan. I am fat because I can eat everything and what I get from Nutrisystem is consistency,eat this and this and this. This is my new medicine. About 10 months ago I weighed in at pounds. Had been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes as well as hypertension. I'm a single dad with two boys counting on me to be there. I saw the nutri-system - D plan on television one day, but simply couldn't see myself ever being able to afford it on my income.

Eventually, I came to the realization that I couldn't afford not to try it. While it hasn't been easy, it has been worth it. After 10 months I am 70 pounds lighter and still dropping. I know I'm a long ways from my goal of , but I know I will get there. I'm also able to be more active with my sons. When you're ready to quit you will.

As far as the price, it's really not that bad when you toss in the frequent discounts. It's easy to cut corners and or place a price on health until you don't have it anymore. The food makes you have so much gas that it makes you feel miserable.

I lost no weight on this diet. Plan less than I spent on groceries a month.

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