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I got a quick question: Can I buy viagra frm Mercury Vitamin Shoppes in Phillipines w/ot Prescription? any body tried before?.

I also got another question: Hello,.

I have only been on NS for about 10 days. I am doing pretty well already but I am unsure about a few things. I see recipes for things like Crouque monsieure for example that call for 2 slices of Sarah Lee diet bread. I am on the female diet and no where in my daily guide do I see an alowance for bread at all. I thought that was only on the mens diet. Am I wrong about this because I am already willing to do just about anything just for a cracker that tasts like cardboard.... And oh yeah I got the pancakes, I n the picture on line it shows them with syrup, We are not alowed to have that are we? I also see a picture of what looks like a hamburger? with a bun? Can anyone clarify for me what is ok or not? Thanks for your help...

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Your question was: Can I buy viagra frm Mercury Vitamin Shoppes in Phillipines w/ot Prescription? any body tried before?.

Unless you have over 100 lbs to lose you don't get additional carbs..

Some meals do call for bun/bread. Make sure you use a whole grain bread or roll and keep the calories to under 100. Check the box. If there's a picture of bread you can have it.

The tuna/chicken salad calls for crackers. I think approx 40 calories. You could really use a slice or two of bread. It's a pretty low calorie lunch so two slices wouldn't hurt.

You can have SF syrup on your pancakes. They would count as your free foods (approx 20 calories). I use walden Farms which have zero calories.

Here are some stats that might help..

Daily with additions average for the Women's Under 60 Plan (Men, anyone with over 100lbs to lose and Over60 Men & Women increase daily average by the additional grocery additions): 1200 calories, 80 grams of protein (25%), 160-180 gram of carbs (55%) and 23-27 grams of fat (20%). Fiber averages 23-26 grams. The recommendation for sugar is no more than 10% of your total calories.

From posts of info received directly from NS counselors:.

1 Vegetable Serving = 5 g. carbohydrates, 2 g. protein, 25 calories.

1 Fruit Serving = 15 g. carbohydrates, 60 calories.

1 Low-GI Carb Serving = 15 g. carbohydrates, 3 g. protein, trace of fat, 80 calories.

1 Fat Serving = 5 g. fat, 45 calories.

1 Protein (lean) = 7 Grams of protein, 3 grams of fat and 55 calories.

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

NOTE: I have also seen 7+ gr protein & no more than 3 gr fat, and the occassional yogurt at 120 cal - for a dairy/protein serving in the E-Classes with Mary Gregg, NS dietitian.

Free Foods = A food that is 20 calories or less... You can add 2-3 free foods to your meal plan.

Copied from Pam.

Here is a suggested list of "free foods" that was provided by NutriSystem counselors and posted by NutriSystem on the Bulletin Boards (although there was nothing about them in the information sent out by NutriSystem).

A "free food" is anything that is 20 calories or less and you can have up to 3 per day (they don't need to be with your meals, you can have them anytime). I use SF Popsicles as a snack before bed. You can eat SF Jello topped with 1 tablespoon Free Cool Whip, which is nice in the afternoon. SF Pancake Syrup is another example (most of which are 20 calories for 1/4 cup...or Walden Farms with 0 calories per serving). Just don't have all 3 at once, that would make it a carb..

FREE FOODS LIST.

There are Free Foods that can be used on the NutriSystem plan. The term Free Foods comes from the American Diabetes Association. They are low calorie foods (20 calories or less) that can be added to the meal plan in small amounts. This minimal amount of calories will not affect weight loss, but we do recommend that they be limited to 2 or 3 servings per day if the foods have any calories at all..

FOOD QUANITY.

Coffee/Tea Unlimited.

Diet Soda Unlimited.

Sodium Free Seltzer Water Unlimited.

Sugar Free Tonic Water Unlimited.

Club Soda (not tonic or quinine water) Unlimited.

Artificial Sweeteners Unlimited.

Spices (salt-free) Unlimited.

Herbs Unlimited.

Vinegar Unlimited.

Lemon Juice Unlimited.

Sugar Free Gelatin 6oz per serving = 15 cal.

Sugar Free Gum 1 stick = 5 cal.

Nonstick Cooking spray Unlimited.

A-1 Sauce or Steak Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Butter Buds 1 oz.

Bouillon or Broth (Dry)- Low Sodium 1 packet, 1 tsp, 1 cube.

Bouillon or Broth (Canned)- Low Sodium cup.

Catsup 1 Tbsp.

Cocoa, dry unsweetened 1 Tbsp.

Coffee Whiteners (Powdered) 1 Tsp.

Chili Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Chocolate Topping (Reduced Calories) 1 Tbsp.

Cool Whip (fat free) 2 Tbsp.

Sugar Free Candies 20 cal or less per serving / 0 fat.

Low cal or reduced cal syrup Amount not to Exceed 20 cals/ 0 fat.

Dill Pickle 1.

Dream Whip 1 Tbsp.

Sugar-free Jam/Jelly Amount not to exceed 20 cal.

Low sugar Jam/Jelly 2 Tsp.

Horseradish 1 Tsp.

Mustard 1 Tsp.

Picante Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Popcorn (light and natural) 1 Cup POPPED.

Relish 1 Tsp.

Salad Dressing (Fat Free) 2 Tbsp.

Salsa 1 Tbsp.

Soy Sauce (Low sodium) 1 Tsp.

Taco Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Worcestershire Sauce 1 Tsp.

Check out Jazzmans forum for lots of FAQ.

Http://jazzman.19.forumer.com/viewfo...71dec003 5b44..

Comment #1

Make sure you check the recipe carefully or post the recipe here and ask someone to go over it for you to make sure it meets the NS guidelines..

This is why I think it's a pretty good idea to stick with NS food only unil you have all the info about the food..

Lynn has great recipes that are NS friendy with ways to doctor the NS meals..

Comment #2

Make sure you read the directions with each of your meals. For things like the chx patty and hamburger, it tells you to add a roll.

Honestly, if you're just starting out, my recommendation is that you ignore the recipes for NS on your own right now. Stick to the NS foods and learn the program first. After you've been on the program for at least a month and you have learned what the NS guidelines are, you can venture out and start making your own things.

If you're trying to do NS on your own, you can have carbs, our meals have carbs. For example, a meal on your own could be 2 slices of low-calorie (45 cal) bread = 90 cals + 1 Boca Burger = 70 cals (protein) for a 160 cal meal. This would be equivalent to one of the NS entrees for lunch. You have to learn how to watch the fat, calories, carbs, and proteins though. That's why you should be on the program for a little before venturing out on your own. Hope this helps...

Comment #3

Sorry to repeat you Swedish...we must've been typing at the same time...

Comment #4

Hi Christy -.

I'm brand new myself, but I do know that some of the meals do call for a whole grain roll or bun (within certain nutrition guidelines). The nutrition and calorie data for the hamburger, for example, includes the whole grain bun that you provide yourself. The lunch entree Chicken Salad also includes either bread or Melba Toast that you provide yourself..

I'm not sure about the recipes that people create, but perhaps they are meant to replace some of these types of meals that do have the bread allowance..

I'm sure someone with more experience will chime in, but thought I'd add my 2 cents worth!..

Comment #5

Unless you have over 100 lbs to lose you don't get additional carbs..

Some meals do call for bun/bread. Make sure you use a whole grain bread or roll and keep the calories to under 100. Check the box. If there's a picture of bread you can have it.

The tuna/chicken salad calls for crackers. I think approx 40 calories. You could really use a slice or two of bread. It's a pretty low calorie lunch so two slices wouldn't hurt.

You can have SF syrup on your pancakes. They would count as your free foods (approx 20 calories). I use walden Farms which have zero calories.

Here are some stats that might help..

Daily with additions average for the Women's Under 60 Plan (Men, anyone with over 100lbs to lose and Over60 Men & Women increase daily average by the additional grocery additions): 1200 calories, 80 grams of protein (25%), 160-180 gram of carbs (55%) and 23-27 grams of fat (20%). Fiber averages 23-26 grams. The recommendation for sugar is no more than 10% of your total calories.

From posts of info received directly from NS counselors:.

1 Vegetable Serving = 5 g. carbohydrates, 2 g. protein, 25 calories.

1 Fruit Serving = 15 g. carbohydrates, 60 calories.

1 Low-GI Carb Serving = 15 g. carbohydrates, 3 g. protein, trace of fat, 80 calories.

1 Fat Serving = 5 g. fat, 45 calories.

1 Protein (lean) = 7 Grams of protein, 3 grams of fat and 55 calories.

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

NOTE: I have also seen 7+ gr protein & no more than 3 gr fat, and the occassional yogurt at 120 cal - for a dairy/protein serving in the E-Classes with Mary Gregg, NS dietitian.

Free Foods = A food that is 20 calories or less... You can add 2-3 free foods to your meal plan.

Copied from Pam.

Here is a suggested list of "free foods" that was provided by NutriSystem counselors and posted by NutriSystem on the Bulletin Boards (although there was nothing about them in the information sent out by NutriSystem).

A "free food" is anything that is 20 calories or less and you can have up to 3 per day (they don't need to be with your meals, you can have them anytime). I use SF Popsicles as a snack before bed. You can eat SF Jello topped with 1 tablespoon Free Cool Whip, which is nice in the afternoon. SF Pancake Syrup is another example (most of which are 20 calories for 1/4 cup...or Walden Farms with 0 calories per serving). Just don't have all 3 at once, that would make it a carb..

FREE FOODS LIST.

There are Free Foods that can be used on the NutriSystem plan. The term Free Foods comes from the American Diabetes Association. They are low calorie foods (20 calories or less) that can be added to the meal plan in small amounts. This minimal amount of calories will not affect weight loss, but we do recommend that they be limited to 2 or 3 servings per day if the foods have any calories at all..

FOOD QUANITY.

Coffee/Tea Unlimited.

Diet Soda Unlimited.

Sodium Free Seltzer Water Unlimited.

Sugar Free Tonic Water Unlimited.

Club Soda (not tonic or quinine water) Unlimited.

Artificial Sweeteners Unlimited.

Spices (salt-free) Unlimited.

Herbs Unlimited.

Vinegar Unlimited.

Lemon Juice Unlimited.

Sugar Free Gelatin 6oz per serving = 15 cal.

Sugar Free Gum 1 stick = 5 cal.

Nonstick Cooking spray Unlimited.

A-1 Sauce or Steak Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Butter Buds 1 oz.

Bouillon or Broth (Dry)- Low Sodium 1 packet, 1 tsp, 1 cube.

Bouillon or Broth (Canned)- Low Sodium cup.

Catsup 1 Tbsp.

Cocoa, dry unsweetened 1 Tbsp.

Coffee Whiteners (Powdered) 1 Tsp.

Chili Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Chocolate Topping (Reduced Calories) 1 Tbsp.

Cool Whip (fat free) 2 Tbsp.

Sugar Free Candies 20 cal or less per serving / 0 fat.

Low cal or reduced cal syrup Amount not to Exceed 20 cals/ 0 fat.

Dill Pickle 1.

Dream Whip 1 Tbsp.

Sugar-free Jam/Jelly Amount not to exceed 20 cal.

Low sugar Jam/Jelly 2 Tsp.

Horseradish 1 Tsp.

Mustard 1 Tsp.

Picante Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Popcorn (light and natural) 1 Cup POPPED.

Relish 1 Tsp.

Salad Dressing (Fat Free) 2 Tbsp.

Salsa 1 Tbsp.

Soy Sauce (Low sodium) 1 Tsp.

Taco Sauce 1 Tbsp.

Worcestershire Sauce 1 Tsp.

Check out Jazzmans forum for lots of FAQ.

Http://jazzman.19.forumer.com/viewfo...71dec003 5b44..

Comment #6


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

 

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