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Hi everyone, quick 1st question: A young man goes into a Vitamin Shoppe to buy condoms?.

My 2nd question is: Question:.

Does anyone have any good suggestions for protein additions? I'm kind of getting sick of the ones I've been using. I've pretty much been sticking with the 1 oz of low fat cheese, or a hard boiled egg as a snack, or 2 of the morningstar links (thats one serving)..

I hate yogurt and not a big fan of milk either...

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Your question was: A young man goes into a Vitamin Shoppe to buy condoms?.

LF hot dogs, cottage cheese, Canadian bacon, turkey bacon, edamame.


Comment #1

FF weiners - canned tuna or chicken breast - boiled shrimp...............

Comment #2

NutriSystem makes no distinction between dairy and protein on the under 60 year old women's and men's program (they are interchangeable). The stats you need to meet are: no more than 100 calories per serving (but you can go up to 120 calories once a day for yogurt, per Mary Gregg, the NutriSystem dietitian), no more than 3g fat, no less than 7g protein..

Some examples:.

1 package NutriSystem Soy Chips or 17 Genisoy Chips.

1/3 cup edamame beans or 2 Tablespoons Roasted Edamame.

2 FF or 97% FF hot dogs.

String cheese.

Cottage cheese (1/4 cup regular or 1/2 cup FF).

Boca Burger.

Morningstar Farms products.


Soy milk.





Lunch meats.

Boiled egg.

(Note: Mary Gregg does also state that if women are choosing soy milk or more protein options than dairy, women should also take a calcium supplement.).

This comes from the e-classes with Mary Gregg and e-mails from Mary Gregg and NutriSystem...

Comment #3

My favorite is fat free cream cheese. You can use 2 or 3 oz and still have it fit. It's great with a lot of the breakfast items...

Comment #4

Any idea if there is a maximum carb. count for a dairy/protein. I have found some items that fit the "100/7/3" guidelines, but are higher in carbs. Thanks!..

Comment #5

This is from a posting by the Dietitians a long time ago:.

1 Dairy (or Dairy/Protein) Serving = 12 g. carbohydrates, 8 g. protein, a trace of fat, 100 calories..

Comment #6

I like to go to the deli at my grocery store and buy a thick slice of chicken breast - Boars Head Blazin' Buffalo is my favorite. I bring home and cube it up. I weigh out 1oz and add it to my salad at lunch or to my NS Chicken Ala King or Fettucini. You could do that with turkey breast, too or I use the low salt lean ham on occasion, too...

Comment #7

I like the buffalo chicken too! Dietz and Watson's is also good!!!..

Comment #8

Bison, bison, bison. 2 oz roasted bison is less than 100 calories, three oz is only 120 calories. It tastes great..

We eat a lot of elk/venison and I can have 2.5 ozs of meat per servingwhich is much easier on my psyche than 1.


Comment #9

My favorite alternatives to cheese are.

Veggie burgers and.

Trader Joes has a couple GOOD yogurts: 1) Trader Joes Greek Style yogurt comes in three flavors: honey, blueberry, pomegranete. 2) Fage 0% greek yogurt (not a TJ's brand so can find it at some health oriented stores or It is plain, I've added sf syrup, and sf fruit preserves to sweeten it, as well as herbs to make it a veggie dip, yummy...

Comment #10

I am not a big fan of yogurt either but I have fallen in love with Dannon Light and Fit yogurt with a scoop of protein powder. The Yogurt is only 60 calories and I think it is delicious..

Comment #11

Try mixing in the appropriate amount of sugar free jam with the cream cheese..

Use it as a dip for apple slices, or spread it on celery or a rice cake..

Or puree some fresh fruit and mix it in with the cream cheese. Add a tablespoon of Splenda or Equal if the fruit is tart...

Comment #12

Rice cake can anyone have that or is that for 100 lbs to lose group..

Comment #13

I like to use a carb and a protein together as a sub for morning donut .. 1/2 slice of bread..toasted.. some turkey, lettuce, and low-cal butter spray.. makes a nice sandwich..sometimes I use a 100 cal "wrap" instead of bread...

Comment #14

What about lean turkey or ham from the grocer deli?.

I found this great stuff you can add to your water. It's from K (Kellog). Protein Water. You dump it in your water bottle. It tastes like pink lemonade and it kills an appetite, which is a good thing if you are hungry..

And edamame, my favorite...

Comment #15

LF hot dogs, cottage cheese, Canadian bacon, turkey bacon, edamame.


Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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