Pawsitive Parent Pet Supplies. I am still awaiting my refund. If you're setup for auto shipment and cancel after receiving your 1st shipment. For two of the three months I have ordered, they have shipped me substituted items, and I quote here from the letter that arrives with my order: Basic Plan — Pre-selected ready-to-go food. There's a reason they are not part of the BBB!
Everyone's tastes are different so being able to customize what foods you want is a very nice feature of ordering on-line after you've tried the starter program.
This program has taught me portion control and I'm losing weight and feeling better. I would highly recommend this program to everyone! Fluffyissofluffy, July 25, I have purchased this packet for 3 weeks.
I have followed it almost to the letter. There have been a few slip ups and I have swapped out a vegetable they recommend for one I love.
I have lost That is also buying it, using it for 5 days then my own food for 2 days then back on for the next 5, etc. I am pleased with the food. The only one I could live without and am not too fond of is the chicken alfredo. I do add a tad bit of garlic powder to it and that makes a world of difference.
The rest of the food is pretty darn good. I'm so thrilled with my overall outcome of this sample packet, I'm biting the bullet and joining NutriSystem next week. Good luck to everyone. I know what a battle this is and I'm excited about this. Thanks WalMart and NutriSystem for giving us the opportunity to try it before we buy it. Bearskin, July 28, I love this program!
I have been thinking about trying Nutrisystem for a few months now. I finally saw this package and decided to buy it. They where out of the regular package so I got the nutrisystem D package. I was surprised that some of the food is very tasty. My favorites are the potatoes, thin mint bar, rice and beans, and the lasagna. There where a few things that I did not find tasty but it was still edible.
I love that you can add some of your own foods. This is not a starvation diet. In the first 4 days I've lost two pounds. That is amazing to me since I've tried other programs and have even gained weight instead of lost them. I hope to lose one more by the end of the week for a total of three pounds and feel like it is doable on this program without feeling deprived. It is also teaching me how to eat the proper portion sizes so I can still eat what I want within moderation.
I will be buying another pack this weekend and then I'm going to sign up for the program so I make sure I keep getting the foods and don't run out. See all 45 reviews See all 45 reviews.
See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product. It may be about a company, but Nike has an article. I just don't understand why you delete stuff so quickly. I wanted to learn about the subject, didn't find any information about it here, and then tried to create an article for people to add on to.
Delete it if you want, but this is incredibly frustrating. So does this work or not? Or is this the sort where you have to eat this 'with an exercise program'? Maybe there should be a section containing the serious number of complaints and criticism that the nutrisystem diet receives from various consumer rights sites such as consumeraffairs.
The name of the company is "NutriSystem, Inc. Why is this Nutrisystem s? I suggest moving the article to "NutriSystem, Inc. The title of the page is incorrect. It should be "Nutrisystem". The previous person about is right and that it did used to have an interior capital "S", but I just checked the website and it seems the company has switched to an interior lower-case "s".
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It's a touchy subject, and I don't want to delve into it with them, because I don't want to work them up. However, it would be good if some non-PR company history was included here. From what I have heard, it certainly seems notable. I came here to say this as well. It seems like a few big edits in or so stripped of a lot of the company history sections mergers and stuff along with insignificant information.
Nutrisystem is still a notable business. I live on the other side of the country and remember ads and stuff for it. I can't see why the whole article was scrubbed just because someone wants the future to know that it clinically isn't effective for weight loss.
It is also just a food company from the "direct to consumer" era in the 80's and 90's. It's like revisionist history has happened. The 80's kid in me remembers cheesy ads with sports celebrities. Either delete the whole page or include the history. I don't associate Nutrisystem with actually losing weight. I do vividly recall cheesy commercials of football players holding up huge pairs of pants. That showmanship is classic.
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