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Not sure how to choose? We are sorry that you left for those reason. A study must show that minding your own business is good for your health. I am hoping to to lose 25 lbs within the next 2 months following this plan and exercising religiously! Anyways, thanks for the detailed pricing breakdown, really appreciate it.
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That's all stuff you need to think about. NutriSystem - Results - Good or Bad? Kszan; Thanks for you input! I do appreciate it. I have been on NS for about 5 days and I really can't complain about anything yet.
Haven't had any problems with the food at all. I actually have alot more energy and feel better than when I started. I have tried WW before Didn't really do anything for me. I am doing this for a couple of months, possibly 3 because I want to lose about 35 lbs. I believe it is teaching portion size by eating the meals. I do know what I have to do once I get there to keep from gaining it back. I am going to the gym everyday which I have always done anyway but plan to keep up with for the rest of my life.
I just need a jump start because believe me I have tried everything. I think spending the money also gives me more of a incentive to really keep going. I won't screw up and waste my money. I haven't had any digestive problems as of yet so keeping my fingers crossed. I will post about my progress as time goes on.
Thanks again for the input I will keep that in mind!! Last edited by mod-anon; at Please use the Quick Reply button instead of Quote Reply.
Well I have to say that I have been on NS for a week now and I really am feeling quite good about it! I like the food so far and haven't had any issues. I want to lose 40 lbs and I weighed in Monday and I lost 7!! It is so easy to do this plan I only wish I would have done it sooner. I know some of the weight is probably water but I'll take it!
I have been working out about x week drinking lots of water, eating my meals, lots of fruits and veggies. Feeling really good overall. This is really teaching me portion control. I was def eating way to big portions before. I will keep you posted on next weeks weigh in! Ok, here's my input: I have tried every diet out there-seriously. Nutrisystem was horrible for me.
I didn't like the food I rememeber one soup smelled exactly like dog food. I stuck to it for 2 weeks tho and didn't lose anything. I knew that I could not rely on pre-packaged foods and the only way I would be happy and get my healthy foods in would be WW. It has the highest success rate for people losing and keeping it off, plus it's one that doctors will always recommend.
I started in January and down 35lbs already. I can eat and drink what I want-which is the reality of life anyway, not eating pre-packaged foods! My opinion is if you try WW and it does nothing for you, then you din't follow the program exactly how you are supposed to. Lastly, to lose healthy you should lose no more than 2 lbs a week.
Slow but steady winds the race! You can lose fast other ways but it WILL come back. I have lost 7 lbs so far. I did a typo in my previous message of I am happy with this program. I like the idea of no measuring food out. I know exactly what to eat to get my calories in.
I really think this program teaches you portion control so when you do go back to eating the regular foods you know how much you should eat. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation.
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Berg Nutritionals and Dr. In ketosis, glucose is not being used by the brain so it goes directly to your muscles. Due to the minimal amount of carbs consumed, some of the protein you consume is converted to glycogen via gluconeogenesis. We will assume for the following discussion that liver glycogen has been depleted, ketosis established, and that the only source of glucose is from endogenous fuel stores i.
The kidney also produces glucose as starvation proceeds. Note that athletes, even on a low carbohydrate diet, your body accumulates some glycogen from protein molecules, and they use it when they exercise and then rebuilt it the next day or two. On test day, athletes ran for 3 hours. They then pieced everything together to better understand what each group was burning for fuel, and how hard they had to work.
In one study, looking at well-trained cyclists, the rate of glycogen used by keto dieters was cut by a factor of 4. The study took bits of muscle out of their thigh muscles and measured muscle and measured glycogen before and after. On the same duration of riding and the same intensity, their rate of glycogen use was one-fourth as much.
Mike Davis — took a couple of racing sled dogs up in the Yukon and raced them miles a day for five days in a row. They did a half Iditarod distance, going around the same mile loop every day for five days in a row. He fed the dogs a high fat, moderate protein, low carb diet. He measured muscle glycogen in the dogs before they started. At the end of five days, he did muscle biopsies on the dogs again. At the end of five days, they had more glycogen in their muscles than they did when they started.
Their muscle cells were sucking up every little bit of what they could find and putting it right back in the muscle as glycogen. And doing it much more efficiently than when they were fed a high carb diet. Rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes, pumpkin or other starchy vegetables are preferable — Proteoglycans are essential for forming cartilage and bone and are a combination of protein and glucose. These important numbers are located on your billing statement.
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