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Nutrisystem: Our Secret To Staying Healthy This Football Season

We're the first to admit that it's hard to stick to a healthy diet during the hotter months, but now with winter here and football always on, it feels like nothing but nightly menus of chicken wings and beer.

All those game-day snacks are temptations that can detour even the most determined dieters from sticking to a healthier nutrition program. But what if we told you a game-day secret; with Nutrisystem, you can lose weight AND enjoy those Sunday night football favorites.

Nutrisystem’s meal plans are perfectly portioned, easy to follow, and even allow you a cheat day here and there, so you don’t have to always worry about missing out on those delicious sliders and dips.

Yes, the days of guilt following an overindulgent Football Sunday feast are over. Nutrisystem's meal solutions get you back on track for the week, even if you were to eat some game-day foods that don't fall into your strict diet plan.

Using unique science, Nutrisystem’s meal plans are high in protein with lower glycemic food, perfect for feeling full and dropping those cravings. They have over 130+ menu choices and you even get to eat six times a day. Their Premium Meals offer 30g of protein, while their new Hearty Inspiration Meals control hunger for up to 5 hours.*

Here are their plans for men:

Men’s Basic:Starting at $11.64 per day with a Classic Menu Variety of breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks.

Men’s Uniquely Yours: Starting at $13.39 per day with the most popular menu variety, including Restaurant Faves with breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks..

Men’s Uniquely Yours Max+: Starting at $15.18 per day featuring new premium meals with larger portions and 30gs of protein! Also with breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks.

Just imagine enjoying these mouthwatering meals:

  • Football Sunday - No need to miss out on all the great food that comes with SNF when you’ve been eating fresh, healthy meals all week. (Plus, we all agree we can’t live without spinach artichoke dip on Game Day!) Though you can have your Nutrisystem Burger, chicken sandwich, burrito, or skillet meal, all of which are just as tasty.
  • Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday - Start the week off with nutrient-packed breakfast and lunch meals that fuel your body throughout the day, like their Turkey Ham and Cheese Omelete or their White Bean Chicken Chili.
  • Thursday, Friday, & Saturday - You won’t want to give into salty snacks with dinners like Nutrisystem’s Spicy Kung Pao Noodles, Thick Crust Pizza, or the Merlot Beef With Root Veggies. Their Restaurant Fave, Buffalo-Style Chicken Flatbread, is absolutely crave-worthy.

Nutrisystem is a well-rounded program to help you make healthier choices, including working out, cooking at home, and staying on top of healthy habits. Unlike so many other programs out there, Nutrisystem offers resources like their blog, The Leaf®, and The NuMi® app. You can track your progress, connect with coaches, and whip up some recipes that will have every guy feeling more confident in the kitchen.

Weight loss can be hard with so many temptations around, but Nutrisystem offers the best of both worlds. We can indulge guilt-free, knowing they have our backs the rest of the week.

With Nutrisystem, you and your buds can eat tasty, ready-to-eat meals while still losing weight—it's foolproof. Their meal-delivery plans for men are well-balanced with the right amount of protein, fat, and carbs to keep guys feeling full before and after the big game.

From the convenience of having all of the meals delivered right to your door so you don't have to leave the couch when the game is on, to delicious and filling meals, we’re sticking to our health and wellness goals easier than ever.

Going with Nutrisystem ensures you'll be satisfied all season long. It’s what we would call a win-win situation.

UPDATE: The awesome folks at Nutrisystem are extending a new special offer to our readers. Save 50% OFF Two Months Of Nutrisystem Meals & Shakes!

*In study, average was 3.9 hours


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