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5 Common Jenny Craig Myths Busted


Kari - Jenny Craig

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The list of reasons for not losing weight can be a long one, such as being too busy to plan healthy meals, thinking the results won’t last or feeling too tired to work out. But just by reading this blog, you’re already taking a step toward reaching your weight loss goals!

We know how important it is to find support during this transformative time, and our team of consultants is here to help. Over the past 30-plus years, Jenny Craig members have received one-on-one support from dedicated consultations who teach portion control and healthy eating habits.  So what’s stopping you from taking the next step in your weight loss journey with Jenny Craig?

So, let’s bust some common myths you might have heard about Jenny Craig.

Myth #1: “The food is unhealthy.”

Fact: At Jenny Craig, we primarily rely on freezing and shelf-stable technologies to maintain both the freshness and convenience of our portion-controlled foods. Nutrition is our priority, so our team of nutritionists and food technologists work together to make sure that our food is developed with strict specifications for regarding the amount of fat, saturated fat, sodium, and added sugar as well as to emphasize the inclusion of vegetables, whole grain/fiber and heart healthy fats. We also encourage members to pair our meals with Fresh & Free Additions, such as non-starchy vegetables and fruits that are rich in fiber and water, so they help you stay satisfied while you’re on your plan.

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Myth #2: “The food is too sugary.”

Fact: Each day of our menu contains less than 10% of calories from added sugar. When following the meal plan, we can include a delicious dessert (i.e. Cinnamon Rolls, Cinnamon French Toast, Key Lime Pie and Chocolate Lava Cake) into the day as they are calculated into this daily average. We also seek to emphasize healthy ingredients, such as whole grains and healthy fats wherever possible in our meals and snacks. And we encourage drinking water and other non-caloric beverages, like tea or coffee without sugar, to help you stay hydrated without additional sugar.

Myth #3: “The food is high in sodium.”

Fact: Jenny Craig menus have approximately 2300 mg of sodium per day, which reflects the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans. You can also work with your consultant to reduce your sodium through lower sodium choices in the grocery foods you add to your Jenny Craig Menu every day.

Myth #4: “The plan and food is too expensive.”

Fact: Going out to dinner or buying lunch every day adds up quickly! One meal alone can be about $15-$20, and just think about any additional snacks or your morning coffee run thrown into your budget. At Jenny Craig, we offer a variety of affordable plans to cater to your personal preferences. In fact, menu items start at $3.63 – a tremendous value when it comes to taste, balanced nutrition and support with weight loss.

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Myth #5: “Jenny Craig is not sustainable or long-lasting.”

Fact: Jenny Craig works! In fact, a 2014 study in the Annals of Internal Medicine ranked Jenny Craig as one of the top programs for physician referral, based on its high rate of weight loss at one year compared to control groups.

Members on the Jenny Craig program are provided a delicious food and a dedicated personal consultant to help them lose the weight. Members are taught healthy eating tactics and strategies for maintaining weight loss. We also provide recipes online to continue making fantastic, nutritious and delicious choices now that you have the tools to recognize portion sizes.

These may be common myths, but one myth can be busted today: we can help you lose the weight if you put your mind (and body) to it! Discuss your weight loss options with a Jenny Craig consultant by finding a location near you or calling 866-706-4042 today.

 

 

 

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http://www.fda.gov/Food/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/ucm315393.htm

 

 

 

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