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Most of them are not everyday foods. But you can achieve the same portion control with diet meals and entrées from the supermarket freezer case that may be tastier. To learn more about their broad range of offerings, visit the official Nutrisystem website. The meals are exactly like the regular diet meals that not offer good taste. However, it does not offer any vegetarian or diabetic diet plans.
Jenny Craig edges out rival Nutrisystem
Unlike Nutrisystem, Jenny Craig has a number of centers in cities and towns throughout the United States, so you can actually meet with your weight loss consultant in person.
You can also meet with your consultant via phone, Skype, or video chat, so no matter where you live you will have access to your support person. With each of their plans, you get a customized menu for the week, so you know exactly what foods to buy, and what to eat, which makes things pretty clear and easy to follow.
I have personally had great success using the Nutrisystem plan , so they are typically the first meal delivery diet that I recommend. Their plan is straight-forward and easy to follow, their food tastes pretty good, and they are also very affordable. In the meantime, Nutrisystem is currently offering some pretty solid discounts, including free FedEx shipping when you sign up for their auto-delivery program.
Follow the link below to learn more: I can tell you that the Nutrisystem food tastes pretty decent, depending on your expectations. I ordered South Beach Diet, and same thing can be said for them — the food is good, gets the job done, and if you follow the plan you should lose weight — if not, you can call customer service for guidance. Notify me of new posts by email.
Leave this field empty. Home Jenny Craig vs. Nutrisystem or Jenny Craig? It's the company's most popular option; all of the plan's meals are shelf-stable, which means they don't require refrigeration. The meals were a mixture of frozen and shelf-stable items. We didn't evaluate the cost of the home-supplied items on the plans' menus. The best diet for you is the one you can stick to. These programs might appeal to people who have trouble with meal planning, have limited time and skill for cooking at home, struggle with portion control, or feel they might benefit from community support and counseling.
If you don't like the restricted choice of the programs, you can devise a homemade version using frozen diet meals from the supermarket. Two experienced sensory testers tasted, in total, 32 Jenny Craig products and 27 Nutrisystem Basic products.
Where possible, we chose similar items. We also conducted a side test of six frozen entrées from Nutrisystem's more expensive Select line.
The products were tasted in random order within categories—breakfasts with breakfasts, snacks with snacks, and so on. Our tasters not only didn't know whose product they were tasting but also didn't know they were diet meals.
Of the 59 items we tasted in our main round of tests, only five scored Very Good—all from Jenny Craig. Of the 10 items we deemed Fair, eight were from Nutrisystem. Overall, the foods from Jenny Craig did slightly better than Nutrisystem's.
Jenny Craig's edge came mainly from its lunch and dinner entrées, most of which were frozen rather than shelf-stable. The frozen Nutrisystem Select dinner entrées we tested fared much better than the company's shelf-stable items. After we completed our testing, a company spokeswoman told us that Nutrisystem's standard day program would change at the end of The standard day program now consists of 10 days of frozen foods and 18 days of pantry-ready foods.
The breakfast items from both companies rated only Good. And our tasters were unimpressed with the snack and dessert items, rating both brands a low Good. Get Ratings on the go and compare while you shop. Please call Member Services at Welcome to Consumer Reports. You now have access to benefits that can help you choose right, be safe and stay informed. Subscribers only Sign in or Subscribe now!
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