Category Archives: Diet tips
Currently the Costco “weekends on your own” meal plan cards are unavailable, but there’s good news! Groupon.com has a discounted first month of a weekends on your own plan, where you can pick your own foods for $150 the first … Continue reading
When I went looking to restart Nutrisystem after Thanksgiving, my first thought was to check out Costco.com for their gift cards and 20-day pick your own foods plan, which was unavailable. I’m glad to say its back!
For week one (the turbo 10 plan) I added some more foods. Folks with over 100lbs to lose should probably have more daily calories… The scale was down over 6lbs for the week.
After floundering on my own for a couple of years, and needing to lose weight, I decided maybe I should try a Nutrisystem diet again. The structured meal plan helped me to lose weight in the past.
The bad news… Thinking about restarting a NutriSystem diet plan, I went looking for the support bulletin board system at forums.members.nutrisystem.com only to find it had been completely shutdown, and archive.org didn’t have the postings archived. No more official NS … Continue reading
Just in time for 2016 Fitness resolutions BeachBody has released the new workout program “The Master’s Hammer and Chisel”. The regular program comes with the 6 standard workout DVDs, a Quickstart guide, 60-day calendar,
Part 2 – The Workouts of 21 Day FIX The 21 Day FIX program comes with a seven day repeating exercise schedule. Instead of taking days off for rest, it divides the week with what it calls “active rest days” … Continue reading
Beachbody’s program “21 day FIX” arrived here Tuesday. The base program or “essential package” comes with 2 DVDs of workouts, an “EATING PLAN” book, color coded containers (more below) for portioning foods, and a “3 day quick fix” diet pamphlet.
While I was reading a very nerdy computer related chat, someone happened to post a link to this photo. Kind of makes you think twice
Looking for a natural alternative to margarine spreads? Here’s how you can make your own spreadable butter, with ingredients available from your local supermarket.