What Is The Average Nutrisystem Weekly Weight Loss?
I’m very often asked about “typical” or average Nutrisystem weekly results.” Another common concern is: “how many pounds can I expect to lose per week on Nutrisystem?” Some people ask me about monthly, daily, or even yearly weight loss but I find that most people think in terms of seven days. So, I’ll discuss this (as well as monthly and yearly results) in the following article.
What’s Thought Of As The Average Weekly Weight Loss On Nutrisystem?”: It’s pretty well known that NutriSystem claims that most people lose 2-3 pounds for each week that they stick with the program. Every one is different of course but I find this to be on the low side, actually, but you might disagree.
But even with these relatively conservative estimates, I often hear people tell me that they don’t think these figures are applicable for them. Many people tell me things like “but I’m usually not as successful as the diets say I will be,” or “my metabolism is slower so I’m much slower to lose weight.”
I don’t think these are valid reasons to just give up. The company has heard all these things before. Everyone thinks this way about themselves. Every one comes into this process with both failures and doubts behind them. They know this beforehand and there’s no reason for you to hold onto this crutch. Especially since they do try to take a lot of the guess work and effort out of this. You don’t have to count calories or carbs. You don’t have to do much food shopping or preparation. You basically just need to assemble the foods that you chose for them to send you and then educate yourself about adding in healthy sides.
What Are You Looking At In Terms Of Weekly, Monthly And Yearly Nutrisystem Weight Loss?: One of the goals with these types of low calorie and carb diets is that you’re hoping to move into ketosis where your body starts to make quick work of your accumulated fat. And, you can actually even check this out for yourself if you doubt this. You can get what are called ketone strips in most pharmacies. This will tell you if you are approaching or are actually in ketosis and by how much. As long as you stay here, you should make quick work of the 2-3 pounds per week. And, that’s 8 -12 pounds each month or 96 – 144 per year.
But, it is important to realize that it’s pretty rare to lose exactly the same amount of pounds in exactly every seven days. Your body doesn’t work this way. Sometimes, for reasons you don’t know, you’ll lose say 6 pounds at one weigh in and only 1 in another. Still, this averages out to 3.5, which is perfectly acceptable.
If these numbers are too low for you or if you want to ensure you make them, you can place an emphasis on gentle exercise and movement and you can concentrate on making sure you are only adding in low glycemic foods for your sides. However, you should never skip meals or omit the sides. For ketosis to happen and to happen correctly, you need a steady supply of fuel so that your body can do it’s new job. I think that this is a common place where people make mistakes. The sad thing about this is that most think that they’re being overachievers but they’re really unnecessarily slowing their progress. It’s so important to use common sense and to have realistic expectations.
Ava’s NutriSystem Review Website features videos, tips, coupons ($100 off or weeks of food for free), comparisons to other popular diets, information on the how the diet works (including the Flex Plan), and FAQs related to your success. She also offers a free ebook (“Getting The Most Out Of Nutrisystem”) to help you get started. You can visit her at http://celebrity-diet-review.com/.
Source by Ava Alderman