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Nutrisystem Announces Latest Weight Loss Success Story: Long Beach Husband and Wife Drop a Combined Total of 46 Pounds; Plus, Expert Dieting Tips for Couples
Date:1/2/2013

nough to control her eating habits. “Sometimes trying too hard means putting undo pressure on yourself. That’s not always constructive. Lack of success shouldn’t be interpreted as not putting forth adequate effort. What it probably means is it's time to find a better plan,” advises Nichols.

Model Success: Odds are someone you know looks and feels great. What is their plan? In Christie’s case, it was her golf coach who introduced her to Nutrisystem. A little inspiration can go a long way, especially if it’s coupled with a dose of reality. Most people who have successfully lost weight and maintain a figure they’re proud of, will share why their plan worked for them. Rarely are they “winging it.” “In many ways, Nutrisystem is a jumpstart,” notes Nichols. “We’re often not the first diet people try. They come to us when they’re really ready to lose the weight. With the Millers’, it was their incredible marriage that was a powerful cue to try Nutrisystem as they wanted to maximize the time they had together by improving their health.”

Get Over the Hump: Generally one partner is a little more motivated than the other to embark on a new weight loss or fitness routine. For the other, it may take a little prodding. Pestering isn’t usually well received, but small gestures (e.g., putting running shoes by the door) can be subtle, effective hints. In the Miller’s case, Christie actually ended up ordering Mark his own food. This is a fairly typical scenario. In fact, Nutrisystem estimates 70% of orders for its popular men’s program come from wives and girlfriends.

Remember Mars vs. Venus: While couples may decide to diet together, it doesn’t mean they have to make the exact same choices. Christie found herself eating more often during the day with far more fruits and vegetables incorporated. While Mark, a 55-year old commercial roofer, liked the portability and convenience of the program, which allowed him to eat the right foods and
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