Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could help you..
Way to go...Keep up the great attitude and life style!.
Jonah, my friend, you continue to impress and inspire me. Enjoy that concert in Nashville, buddy!!..
Jonah, I love to hear success stories such as yours. Thanks for posting..
Congrats Jonah! You will inspire others to follow in your path...
Jonah, thanks for posting as it is inspiring for us all...
Just one look in the mirror and you know you can't go back. Look out below, 13 more lbs to drop!..
Thanks for posting this. A great piece of motivation. Keep up the good work...
Wonderful results! Thanks for all that you've shared and inspired! It REALLY IS WORTH IT!!..
Congrats on your success - I think many of us get sidetrack when we look ahead to where we want to be - your way of I will do try this and see what happens and then sticking to it and feeling better and better as it got easier and easier and now you lost all that weight. Great results and great motivation..
That is a great report! Inspiring to all us losers. I especially like this:.
"I will reach my goal. However, my goal is not a finish line".
Amen! I'm with you on that..
134 pounds history in a year. Chalk up another success story, good job...
Those are some pretty impressive stats of change you posted..
Love your comment highlighted in red above..
This could be a motto for anyone on this plan..
Cheering you on to goal and beyond...
I'm only 3 months away from my 2 year anniversary. I can't believe it's almost been 2 years. I still feel like somewhat of a newbie..
I'll update the numbers at the actual 2 year mark, but I've reached my goal, and so far so good with maintaining that goal...
I hope to slim down to be just like you!!!..
Way to go, Jonah!! Successfully maintaining is the BIG YaHOO!! Looking forward to your biannual update!.
Congrats!! I'm just starting my third week and I have a question for you or anyone else that wants to share since you have been doing this for a couple years. Have you been doing the Men's program everyday for 2 years straight or have you had a couple days where you didn't follow the plan? For example, I love my steak (like most men) and my wife and I have scheduled a Sat. "surf and turf" dinner that falls after the first 28 days of our program. Did you do things like this to help keep you motivated and sane? As of now, I haven't had any problems following the plan but I'm trying to get some insight on whether or not the more "experienced" ever break away from the program for a meal. When you maintain, do you eat what the plans says but maybe increase a serving of veggies from 1/2 cup to a full cup or do you always eat the recommended amounts?.
I know that doing this program is a life-style change and I'm fine with that but I want to make sure I do it the right way so I don't give up because I'm tired of eating the same stuff..
Does any of this make sense? I'm sure I'm just rambling but I'm curious if you have stayed on the plan for 2 straight years without allowing for any "special" meals to break up the schedule..
If anyone has any thoughts, I would love to hear them. My wife and I are truly trying to make this work and we don't want to start off on the wrong foot..
Thanks everyone for your time and attention in advance.....
YOU have to be a master of food and not let it be the master of you..
Learn to enjoy the taste of food and not the volume of food..
If you go out, enjoy a HUGE salad first (right Poly?), then portion out you main course. Stay away from the french fries, get veggies instead..
If you reduce your steak portion to a normal portion, then you can enjoy the steak the next night as well....
Just some ideas...