Jenny v Medifast v Nutrisystem
Posted 06 February 2012 - 04:45 PM
Posted 07 February 2012 - 06:31 AM
No matter what happens, we always have a choice. Even when it seems that there is no option, there is always something else that can be done. What happens in our lives is the result of decisions that we make.
5/29/2011 - The beginning 6/9/2012 - HALFWAY! August 2011 July 2012
Posted 07 February 2012 - 09:04 AM
If you want to learn how to eat properly and in a way you can do to lose the weight and keep it off for the rest of your life, JC is the one program I can TRULY and HAPPILY recommend. I can't say the same about the other programs.
As far as the prices are concerned, it's because there are several programs that they offer. The "full" program is about $400 plus the cost of food. But if you want to "try" the program, they do have a 30 days for $30 program (plus the cost of food - which runs about $125 to $150 a week if you stick strictly with JC food). But there are a few little ways to cut some of those costs if that's important with you.
Hope that helps!
SW - 177.6
Goal! - 132
Returning Weight - 143
CW - GOAL AGAIN!!!
Before JC with hubby and nephews in 2006/After JC (2nd time) in 2011
Posted 07 February 2012 - 04:38 PM
Posted 18 April 2015 - 05:49 PM
I tried Medifast, and it does work -- quickly. You eat a MF "meal" of 110 calories 5x daily, then have a lean protein/veg meal for dinner with strict weights of proteins and measurements of veggies, and they specify which.
The meals are quite un-food-like. I lasted two weeks.
You will have atomic gas that could level Manhattan.
There are fewer Medifast Centers than JC, and personal accountability is essential for me. There's not one at all in LA!
It really is easy.
You can eat out in most restaurants if you follow their "lean and green" meal guidelines.
The one lean-and-green meal does teach conscious eating.
It's good for people who need a jump-start, or have a large amount to lose.
The "meals" are portable for busy people.
You can buy some meals from Costco, Amazon or eBay and give it a try for a week.
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