I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could give you an answer..
It is amazing that so many people go there. A lot of television show glamorize this over indulgence now...its no small wonder about the obesity epidemic in this country...
I watch "Man Vs. Food" and it makes me sick. If your ever hungry, tune in and you won't want to eat!!..
I actually drove the 5 hours to Arizona with 3 friends to eat at the "Heart Attack Grill" once I reached my goal weight. I only ate a single but had fries and a sugar coke. That week I dropped another 2 pounds, go figure..
What made me upset is anyone over 350 pounds eats free. I didn't know that? I use to weigh 357 and missed out on some free food? Unforgivable..
Only 4 months away from maintaining my weight loss for 2 years now..
It can be done, I'm proof...
So do they have a scale to prove it?..
My view? (which could be full of hooey).
We have an affluent society and culture that can 'fix' many things that go wrong with us and also a culture where no one is accountable for their poor behavioral choices..
It's just me, but I don't see McDonald's as evil. I see taking a child who is 90 lbs overweight at 10 years old to McDonald's and letting them order and eat 3 Big Mac Sandwiches as "hopelessly ignorant"..
Eating a fabulous over-indulgent dessert is not 'wrong' for everyone. It's just not..
Eating a 9 lb meat pizza by yourself is bad idea. Should the restaurant make a 9lb meat pizza? Why not? Maybe 10 people go in and order it. Up to them in my opinion..
I'd like to see everyone stop demonizing business or TV or video games or restaurants..
Stupid people cull themselves from the herdthough admittedly it would be better if they did so before reproducing.
You can get a car that goes 200 mph and drive down the freeway toobut eventually that isn't going to work out so well for ya!.
You can jump out of perfectly good airplanes for fun...you can climb mountains whether you know what you're doing or not...you can swim with actual sharks in the ocean...drink yourself blind and try to walk across the streetthese are risky things to be involved with, just like consuming 20,000 calories per day is a bad idea for most.
The consequences should fall on the individualnot the car manufacturer, the folks who make airplanes, or the ocean!.
My 3 cents, anyway..
Sadly they do. I saw it on the travel channel...
Actually Im not sure you can technically finish a meal there. They have an all you can eat french fry bar for petes sake...