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Question I have... How many equivalent Nutrisystem points do you burn from walking one mile? Thanks for any answer or 2. Second question.. I just have a question. I had my first day yesterday, and I have to say the food is better than I thought. But the problem is, I feel like I ate rocks.

My stomach felt stretched to the max. And this morning isn't much better. My stomach still feels full from last night..

Is that normal?.

I just ate my omlette, and I think that's all I can fit. I thought I would be starving a little, but I actually feel like I am overeating..

I have never been a big breakfast eater, but I love to eat dinner..

And yesterday I made it barely over 1000 cal. Maybe my stomach just needs to adjust to eat regulary??..

Comments (8)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

Pat said it! You are adjusting to eating all that food that is so filling but still meets your needed calories. Space your food out so that it doesn't hit the tummy all at one time. It is amazing the difference an hour makes in waiting to eat something else. For example, I usually eat my breakfast entree and then wait an hour for the rest or to make it a mid-morning snack...

Comment #2

Hi there! You've gotten some great advice already, but I just wanted to add that I think many of us have to get used to feeling full while on a weight loss program. If you're eating the right foods, like on theNutrisystemprogram, you will feel full and satisfied. Keep working on spreading your food out and don't worry...you'll be fine!..

Comment #3

Ok, so I just have to give it a couple of days to adjust to all that food. Wow, most diets I tried so far I was actually waiting on the next meal. That is new that I actually feel stuffed. But if it helps me, I can live with that...

Comment #4

Yep! And some days you might feel hungrier than others and that's completely normal, too. My best to you, and let us know if you have any other questions!..

Comment #5

You know sometimes I simply can NOT fit in everything..

Yesterday I had that crustless pumpkin pie recipe for a late afternoon snack and was SOOOOO full I thought I would be sick if I ate dinner. Finally, about 10:30, I ate a Fit n Free pizza (yum) but there was no way I could add a single bite more. Not the veggies. Not the fat. Not theNutrisystemdessert. And it was so late at night, too. Surely it's better to listen to my body and not stuff food in just cuZ I should? I mean, isn't part of this learning to listen our bodies true messages about feeling full?..

Comment #6

If you skip foods, your body is not getting all of the nutrients it needs to stay healthy. Not only will you compromise your weight loss, but you're compromising a lot of other things too: your gall bladder, your immune system, your hair(!). As others have said, space things out, and/or choose less bulky options (dried fruit, or a sodium-free V8, for example), but don't leave anything out...

Comment #7

I thought I was going to have the same problem, I'm on week two, but.as the advice was given, I space my food out and it helps. I also put all my breakfast/lunch/snack foods together and eat them any time before dinner. For example, I have a tea w/sweetner and two egg whites before I leave the house (7:15). When I get settled at work I have a green tea w/sweetner and myNutrisystembreakfast (9). I have my yougurt a few hours later (11), then my veggies/salad (12), then myNutrisystemlunch(1) and then my fruit (2:30) before I go home. Then I mix my dinner/snacks for the night.

My point is that I'm eating every few hours, I get it all in and don't feel too full or overwhelmed by the amount of food. I have to think about eating it all or I don't!..

Comment #8

I usually have to space some of my food out as well; you just have to tinker with it a little bit so you are eating correctly but not feeling either too full or hungry between meals. You should shoot for between 1200-1400 calories a day; I log all my meals/add-ins on the online calculator and usually my daily total is 1200-1300...

Comment #9

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