What Kind Of Food Can You Eat On Nutrisystem?

I sometimes hear from people who are considering the nutrisystem diet, but who are trying to get a better feel about what their experience might be like.  Specifically, they want to know about the food because, let’s face it, what you eat has a huge impact on how much you’ll like the diet.

Many people imagine that they’ll have to eat tons of salads, raw vegetables, and bland snacks.  While vegetables are certainly encouraged on any diet, I think that many people are pleasantly surprised at how much normal food is offered as part of this diet.  Below, I’ll go over some typical offerings for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desserts / snacks so that you will get an idea of what you’ll eat.  This list doesn’t even include the side items that you will be adding in for yourself. Plus, these lists are not exhaustive.  They are just examples to give you an idea of what you might eat in a typical day.

What’s on the nutrisystem menu does change from time to time.  The menu has certainly evolved over the time that I’ve been writing about it, but they’ve always done a good job of offering foods that are popular and desirable.

Here’s a sampling of what is on the breakfast menu right now: biscotti; waffles; cinnamon rolls; chocolate muffins; bagels; french toast; oatmeal; cold cereal; breakfast sandwiches; and omelets.

On the lunch menu, you will find items like: a hamburger; a grilled chicken sandwich; a variety of soups; a variety of melts (sandwiches;) red beans and rice; pulled pork; macaroni and cheese; loaded potatoes; cheese tortellini; and Chinese noodles.

For dinner, you will find things like: meatloaf; meatballs in marinara sauce; chicken parmesan; ravioli; mushroom stuffed chicken; turkey and mashed potatoes; lasagna; many varieties of pizzas; grilled sausage and peppers; chicken enchiladas; stuffed shells; Salisbury steak with macaroni and cheese; and chili.

The snacks and desserts are truly fan favorites, with options like: popcorn; nachos; chocolate covered pretzels; jumbo soft pretzels; chocolate ice cream; ice cream sandwich; chocolate cake and cupcakes; a variety of cookies and brownies; and many dessert flavored protein bars.

As you can see, this diet goes far beyond salad and raw vegetables.  They do a good job of allowing you to feel as if you are not dieting.  I don’t know many diets where you could have french toast for breakfast, a burger for lunch, a pizza for dinner, and a cookie for dessert.  Not only that, but you do get to add in fresh sides for each meal, so not only is the variety nice, but the serving sizes aren’t too bad either.  Most people are pleasantly surprised at all of the desirable choices offered.  Here is the latest coupon: Get 40% off every order + Free bars & Shakes and FREE SHIPPING!

(Visited 17 times, 1 visits today)

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.