Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could give you help..
My husband eats everything he shouldn't eat, healthwise I mean. Pizza, fried foods, chips, etc, etc. When I make healthy food like fish, he acts like a baby and mopes around. I buy low fat foods and hide them in different wrappers. Now that my kids have grown up and moved out, I have this 63 yr old baby to deal with. Unbelievable!..
I've picked up taco bell for my family on the way home from work. They had pizza last nite..my husband eats ice cream in front of me... I have no interest..
I'm also an amateur cake baker and made a b-day cake with buttercreme frosting week 1 of NS. Smelled awesome, didn't want any..
I'm liking my results and I'm not giving in..
I choose my dinner meals on Saturday morning for the week and make a shopping list around them. I shop for meals for the family that resemble what I am eating. If I am eating pot roast, they are eating pot roast. If I have meat loaf, they have meat loaf. We eat the same vegetables and salad. On Fridays, we all have homemade pizza.
It doesn't work every single night, but we pretty much still have family dinners, but I use my 'special' entre...
Ha! My husband wont eat *anything* labeled "diet", "low fat", "highfiber", or anything healthy sounding at all. He is all for being healthy, but if a product promotes itself as being healthy, he won't touch it. Luckily for him, he has the fastest metabolism ever...
My husband is now tryingNutrisystemwith me. I didn't really want him too because I KNOW he will drop the weight like crazy. I'm supportive though. I want him healthy way more than my pettiness..
My daughter is a pescitarian - she eats fish but no other meats. So she needs her own dinner half the time..
My poor son! lol He's 15 and growing and always hungry! He's so sad that both parents are eating differently. I told him to look at it as a chance to learn to cook better..
We all eat together most nights - even if it's 4 different meals. I try to come up with stuff that matches what I'm having and can be made with or without meat. It isn't easy but the best dinners are those...
Tonight, hubby is craving a hamburger. So he and the kid will have big beef hamburgers with baked beans. I will have a Morningstar veggie burger (I don't have anyNutrisystemburgers left) on a wheat bun with tomato and lots of salad and cooked mushroonms..
Sounds good to me!..
My family consists of my 26 year old son, my DH, myself, two dogs, and three cats. I feed the animals, but all the humans fend for themselves. DH would never touch my "diet" foods, regardless of how it may be disguised, and he eats whatever he wants without issue (candy bars, chips, sodas, etc.). Luckily, he was raised to "take care of himself", and although I used to cook for the family when DS was younger, he adapted when I changed the routine. DS has such a wacky schedule, I couldn't keep up with his meals, even if I wanted to - which I don't...