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NutriSystem.com Gets a Complete Makeover
Date:2/23/2009

An Ultimate 'Before and After'; Redesigned Site Provides Additional Free Resources to support Customer's Weight Loss Needs

HORSHAM, Pa., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- NutriSystem(R), a leading provider of weight management products and services, has redesigned its e-commerce destination, www.nutrisystem.com, with improved usability, new information architecture and visual design. NutriSystem.com is a highly trafficked, interactive site that supports NutriSystem customers and new dieters to take active control of their weight management.

The new site features an enhanced user interface and expanded choices of 170 delicious, nutritionally-balanced menu items, to enable NutriSystem customers to customize and order meal plans tailored to their specific lifestyles and weight loss goals. In addition, the new NutriSystem.com features access to a community of over 4 million active users who interact daily, providing support to one another with inspiring success stories, message boards, chats and blogs.

"NutriSystem is committed to helping our customers lose weight and save money, not only with our broad assortment of restaurant-quality, satisfying and healthy menus, but also with free access to online tools, information and services," said Monica Woo, Executive Vice President of E-Commerce and Chief Marketing Officer of NutriSystem. "Furthermore, with NutriSystem's complimentary around-the-clock weight loss phone counseling service, and our 24/7 online community, tips, and resources, customers can have on-demand support services throughout their weight loss journey."

With one click, customers can analyze their body mass index (BMI), receive nutritional information, learn more about the science behind NutriSystem foods, and customize online meal planners to suit their needs. Additionally, visitors to the site can access recipes and grocery list
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