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Diabetic Snacker Lose Weight Week 6 Already Nutrisystem D Nation Blogging Program Weigh In

Week 6 My Diabetic Meal Plan Nutrisystem D
Blogger Nation Program Weigh In & Chat

I can't believe that I'm on week 6 already for my mela
plan with Nutrisystem! The time is really going quickly.
I started at 196-197 pounds and I'm now at 188.4 pounds
so that is still good since I'm not gaining weight! It

seems I'm at a frozen spot as I can't seem to get it down

to the 187 mark but I'm still working on it. I do believe

that age has a lot to do with losing since I'm 54 and not

as active as I should be I guess that does play a major

part in my results.

I'm still walking but only for about 30 minutes a day, I

know I need to increas that I just have'nt done it.
I've been doing good with avoiding the usual Christmas

culprits this year of baked goodies all around. My sons

even brought a dozen hot Krispy Kreme doughnuts in a

couple of days ago and I never touched them! I was so

proud of myself for that since normally I would have eaten
at least one of them! I even sat at the same table with

them while they ate them like ravenous pigs and had my

wonderful Nurisystem D Carrot Cake with cream cheese

frosting. I was completely satisfied because I love this
carrot cake! Still I shocked my kids by not trying to take

even a bite of their doughnuts!

Yesterday my son asked me an interesting question. He

asked What was I going to do once I'm off the Nutrisystem

Nation Blogging Program? Hmm, I hadn't even thought about

that but I have been thinking about it ever since. The

best scenario I can come up with in order to keep feeling

better like I am now with so much less feet pain is this:

1.Keep drinking 6-8 glasses of water every day

2. Keep walking every single day

3.Make me a bunch of whole wheat sugar free treats and
snacks in proper portions and freeze them all so I can

pull out one small treat per day like I have now.

4.I will only eat whole wheat carbs when I do eat them and

the amounts will be 1/8th of what I was eating before

since I know now that is the "culprit" that causes the

diabetic neuropathy pain to be worse.

5.I will abide by portion control on each & every plate

with healthy choices being on there.

6.I will only grill or bake my lean meats and in the

correct recommended serving sizes.

7.I will try to continue to eat 7-10 fresh fruits and

vegetables every day as I know they are vital to

maintaining weight.

8.I won't go back to eating what my kids scarf down which

deep fried everything I won't go back to deep fried foods

I miss them but it's just not worth it to me to suffer

with the pain I had before. I will let some potatoes back

in but only in very small amounts and if cooked without

all of the butter and fat in them.

9.I'll stick with my diet pepsi's as my drink of choice 2

times a day because it has zero calories so I can never go

back to a regular pepsi with 39 grams of sugar per 12

ounce can. I'll still try to make my kids do this switch

but I'm telling you-that's an impossible dream.

10.I will use smaller plates at each meal just like I am

doing now with Nutrisystem. It really does make you feel

like you have more food than you do.

Well now, I think that is a pretty good meal plan to use

to keep my weight going down a little bit at a time. As

long as it's not going up I'll be happy. The main most

important thing to me though is to not mess up so much

that I let that horrible foot pain come back by eating

wrong. That's what this meal plan experiment has taught me

most of all and I would say it's a valuable lesson

learned. I'm so grateful that Nutrisystem D has allowed me

to test this meal plan because otherwise I would have

never seen that it really is what you eat that makes you

feel bad when you're a diabetic especially.

Wow, I just noticed this is reading like I'm at the end of

my plan but I'm not. I won't be finished I think until

March 31st,2011 so I still have time to lose some more

weight hopefully and to keep feeling better! It's so nice

to not have your feet be so swollen that you can hardly

walk so I would recommend their meal plans for anyone
who is looking to lose weight or just wants to start eating
healthier. By the way, the chocolate chip granola bar of
their's I had for breakfast was great!

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1 comment:

  1. It sounds like you have done really well, and your plan is great - as long as you stick with it you should find the weight shifting again.