I have been with Nutrisystem for 2 weeks and I want to cancel now.?

Want Deals On Nutrisystem Food Every Month?

Enter your email address below and we'll send you the latest coupon codes to save on Nutrisystem every month. We'll even give a lucky person a month supply of free food.

Question I have... I have been with Nutrisystem for 2 weeks and I want to cancel now.? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Another question I got... Hey guys, my wife is on the program, but she is at home all day. I work about 60 hrs. a week with not a lot of time for lunches and afternoon snacks..

Can some of you give me an idea of what you eat on a busy day? What kind of add-in's do you take, and is this easy enough to do when you don't have lots of time during the day?.

Any examples, info and help is appreciated..


Comments (8)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

Typical work day for me is:.

Breakfast, 7:00 at home:.

NS entree.

Glass of skim milk.

Half glass of OJ.

1 slice whole wheat toast w/ ICBINB spray.

Morning snack, 10:00 at the office:.

Fat free yogurt.

1 apple.


Low-fat string cheese.

Small box of raisins.

(The first option is more common for me, but the second is more portable and easier if I'm in a rush)..

Lunch, 12:00 at the office:.

NS lunch item:.

-microwave cups, takes a minute, very easy.

-add-water cups, takes a little more time, I just get hot water from the same coolers all over the building that I fill my water bottle with.

-bars, easiest option of all.

Salad, brought in a tupperware from home and kept in the company fridge. I use Walden Farms dressing and I always keep one bottle in the fridge at home and one bottle in the fridge at work..

Afternoon snack, 3:00 at work:.

NS item, a bar, cookie, or bag of pretzels. All portable, no prep needed. Easiest meal of the day..

Dinner, 6:30 at home.

Evening snack, 8:00 at home.

More variety here, but follow the planner and everything's fine..

I have a short commute, so other may have to stretch time around the breakfast and dinner meals a bit, but it's doable...

Comment #2

I'm pretty much on the Gibbous plan as well. I don't get the Nutrisystem oatmeal or pancakes because I don't like them really - my wife does - and it takes time in the morning. easier to grab a scone or muffin, breakfast bar or cereal..

I always bring the lunchtime bars in for lunch. my cafe at work has salad I can make there with fat free dressing.

And dinner/snacks are as Gib. I have the same scenario - it makes it actually easier. and you should snack as the plan calls for - eat everything - it stops you from going into "starvation mode" where you stop losing weight..

Lastly, be prepared to drink lots of water. that's easy enough.....

Comment #3


I, like most of us, work alot. I follow alot of the advice already given here. My wife and I usually boil a dozen eggs every Sunday. We use these for snacks throughout the week. We also go crazy buying yogurt when it is on sale at our local market. I personally use alot of frozen vegetables.

I make salads (huge) using the frozen vegetables. I take a week's worth of Nutrisystem entries each Monday for both lunch and dinner. I also take the Nutrisystem pretzels and chips as snacks. The one thing that I did was buy alot of plastic containers. I make my salads and put together my vegetables the night before.

Bottom line Chris, is if you really want it. I mean really want it, you will figure it out. I hope you do it. And we will be right here waiting to help you along the way. It has really changed my life...

Comment #4

You can make it work easily. Buy a travel cooler and ice packs. You don't even need to put your stuff in the fridge. Cooler will keep it cool through afternoon...

Comment #5

My favorite add-ins are yogurt and fruits like peaches or apples. I do the cooler thing too - I don't like using the company fridge, because people feel the need to inspect what I'm eating since they know I'm doing Nutrisystem (weird, I know)..

Another favorite add in of mine are these 2:1 Protein bars I get at GNC. Sometimes I get tired of all the sweet things (fruit/yogurt) and the oatmeal protein bar is a delicious substitute...

Comment #6

Like others have said, use the Nutrisystem foods and add-ins that don't require cooking and that can be eaten on the run or at your desk quickly. I bought a microwave and mini fridge and stuck it in my office...

Comment #7

I eat a quick breakfast at home then bring in a lunch in a nylon lunch box cooler thing with an ice pack..

Today I had a breakfast bar and a cup of milk for breakfast..

For morning snack a pear..

For lunch a pastrami sandwich, a salad with artichoke hearts and a Nutrisystem soup..

For afternoon snack an apple and string cheese..

I'm on the D plan so my meals may vary from yours. I don't follow the exact order of food shown on the plan but I do get all of the servings in eventually. I'm not hungry at all during the day. The key to Nutrisystem is planning your meals when you are away from home. It's a little challenging at first but it becomes habit after a few weeks. My little lunch bag is a constant companion, work, car, the air show last weekend even the golf course. I should give it a name...

Comment #8

Thanks for helping me out. I need to lose 20 lbs & this is going to be a hard change to make for me. I usually don't eat most of the day and then eat a ton when I get home from work..

Between the advice you have given me and the info my wife has, I'm understanding that it's imperative that I eat at various times during the day to keep my metabolism up..

I might not have time to be on the boards a lot, but it's good to know that the support is here when I need it..


Comment #9

Click Here to View All...

Nutrisystem Coupons:

1) Save over $50 on Nutrisystem meals
2) Get Free Shipping on Nutrisystem foods

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.