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The Monthly Cost Of Nutrisystem – Don’t Waste Your Money

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While not as expensive as Jenny Craig, the monthly cost of Nutrisystem will definitely cause some serious financial compromises.

Nutrisystem is definitely not an inexpensive weight loss program. To determine the overall expense, one must simply multiply the daily cost of the plan by three hundred and sixty-five to completely understand the total yearly expense.

There are seven Nutrisystem weight loss plans available and all of them consist of different monthly costs and benefits.

1. Uniquely Yours

The Nutrisystem Uniquely Yours plan is their top rated plan and is available at a cost of $12.29 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
This plan offers the largest variety of food choices available with more than 150 options including frozen food.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $344.12.
This represents a total yearly cost of $4,485.85.

2. Core

The Nutrisystem Core plan is available at a cost of $10.68 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
This plan includes more than 100 foods to choose from.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $299.04.
This represents a total yearly cost of $3,898.20.

3. Basic

The Nutrisystem Basic plan is available at a cost of $9.96 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
This plan includes the Nutrisystem Favorites Pack of food.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $278.88.
This represents a total yearly cost of $3,635.40.

4. Vegetarian

The Nutrisystem Vegetarian plan is available at a cost of $12.29 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
This plan includes both fresh and frozen food choices packed with vitamins and minerals, fiber and protein.
This plan offers a fully customizable menu with over 90 vegetarian options to choose from.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $344.12.
This represents a total yearly cost of $4,485.85.

5. Diabetes Uniquely Yours

The Nutrisystem Diabetes Uniquely Yours plan is available at a cost of $12.29 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
The food in this plan contains balanced nutrition for effective and safe weight loss.
The food that is included in this plan will keep you satisfied while controlling your blood glucose levels.
This plan is clinically proven to help lower A1c levels.
This plan includes the largest variety of food options with over 145 choices including frozen foods.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $344.12.
This represents a total yearly cost of $4,485.85.

6. Diabetes Core

The Nutrisystem Diabetes Core plan is available at a cost of $10.68 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
The food in this plan contains balanced nutrition for effective and safe weight loss.
The food that is included in this plan will keep you satisfied while controlling your blood glucose levels.
This plan is clinically proven to help lower A1c levels.
This plan allows you to start with your own menu or choose the Nutrisystem Favorites Pack.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $299.04.
This represents a total yearly cost of $3,898.20.

7. Diabetes Basic

The Nutrisystem Diabetes Basic plan is available at a cost of $9.96 a day.

Overview

This is a 4-week plan with Auto Delivery.
The food in this plan contains balanced nutrition for effective and safe weight loss.
The food that is included in this plan will keep you satisfied while controlling your blood glucose levels.
This plan is clinically proven to help lower A1c levels.
This plan includes the Nutrisystem Favorites Pack of food.
Every 4 weeks you will receive a shipment of food at a total cost of $278.88.
This represents a total yearly cost of $3,635.40.

The Big Question

Now the real question remains whether any of these Nutrisystem weight loss plans are perfectly suited for your own personal weight loss goals.

It would be a perfect shame to spend that kind of money on something that is not completely, 100 percent suited to your particular needs.

Beware that any program such as this is only as successful as those who are willing to conform to the rigors of the program for the long term.

Leaving the structured confines of any such program only to return to normal daily activities is a sure cause for reversal of all or part of any success the program may have had.

STOP

Stop trying to conform to someone else’s weight loss plan.

START

Start losing weight on your own terms and through your own activities.

One day at a time, one step at a time, little by little, turning the corner and letting go of old bad habits and replacing them with new healthy alternatives.

No major change is needed here, just small amounts of change of behavior each and every day.

The Ultimate Weight Loss Success Program

1. Get eight hours of sleep every night.

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Getting eight hours of sleep every night can be very difficult to do if you’re not in the habit of doing so.

Try to get at least fifteen more minutes of sleep tonight. Then a little more the next night. Then a little more, and more, and more.

Change your routine a little bit every night until, at last, you’ve reached eight hours of sleep every night. Now just do all it takes, whatever it takes, to maintain this new, healthy schedule.

Sleep is extremely important for maintaining a high metabolism. A higher metabolism will burn more calories throughout the day, even when at rest.

Not getting enough sleep will hamper metabolism and lead to weight gain.

For better sleep, consider replacing your current bed pillow with a hotel quality bed pillow.

2. Be sure to eat enough lean protein every day to maintain muscle and burn fat.

Lean Protein

Protein builds muscle and muscle burns fat. So be sure to add additional low fat, high-quality protein to your daily food consumption.

Just remember to bake or grill your meat for the lowest calorie count. Fried foods contain way too much fat and extra calories. 

Also, note that chicken and fish are lower in calories per ounce than beef or pork. Remember, though, when serving chicken to remove and discard the chicken skin. It’s loaded with extra unwanted calories.

Instead of cooking with butter to add flavor, consider coating the meat with a low-calorie marinade or BBQ sauce. Or just coat the meat with pepper and let the natural juices of the meat add the flavor.

3. Track your calories burned with a fitness tracker or smartwatch. Wear it on your wrist all day, every day, both day and night.

Put a fitness tracker or smartwatch, such as my personal favorite, the Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch, on your wrist and begin challenging yourself to one more step, a few more calories burned, a few more minutes of activity each and every day. One step at a time, one day at a time, little by little, over and over, again and again.

Challenge yourself to burn a few more calories every day. Your fitness tracker will record how many steps you’ve taken, how many calories you’ve burned, and how many active minutes you’ve had each day.

Make it a high priority to keep improving. Remember that by burning an extra 250 calories every day, you will lose an average of 26 pounds of body fat in just one year. For faster results, simply burn additional calories every day with additional activities.

Find a fitness tracker that you will enjoy wearing. Fitness trackers vary in price significantly, so take a look at the options and choose the one that best suits your style and needs.

4. Burn 250 or more calories on an exercise bike or other additional activity every day.

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Look for exercise equipment with a built-in Fatburn program. The Sole Fitness brand of exercise bikes including my favorite, the Sole B94 Upright Bike, includes a 20-minute Fatburn program consisting of a 3 minute super easy warm-up, followed by 14 minutes of cycling at a slight resistance, and ending on a super easy 3 minute cool down.

Add additional activities throughout the day to equal 250 calories burned. Your fitness tracker will keep track of this for you. It couldn’t be any easier.

The Final Details

Now just be sure to end each day with at least 250 more calories burned than calories eaten to lose an average of 1/2 pound of body fat per week. While that may not sound like much, simply multiply that number by 52 weeks in a year, and without too much effort you will have lost an average of 26 pounds of body fat.

You can do this! This is the first day of the rest of your life. Make it count as you begin to transform yourself into the person you want to be.

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