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Before I ask my question, I want to ask: Does anyone know a retail drug or vitamin store in the us that sell mastic gum extract capsules?.

My main question is: When I go in to my food diary & check off the foods I have been eating for the day - under deserts - there is no Chocolate peanut butter bar- & man, the last shipment gave me a ton! & they're good!!- so how is the best way to log this food in??..

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Your question was: Does anyone know a retail drug or vitamin store in the us that sell mastic gum extract capsules?.

When you click on "select" next to "Nutrisystems Dessert Entree," the box that opens has two tabs one for dessert/snack items and one for all NS food items. Click on the tab for all NS items, and then enter "peanut" in the search field. That will bring you a list of all peanut-related NS items, including three different entries for chocolate peanut butter bars. The three different bars have different nutritional info I believe the third one on the list is equivalent to the current NS Advanced peanut butter bar..

(But it's very annoying that they haven't corrected this problem and properly listed the Advanced PB bar.)..

Comment #1

I am new to NS, just signed up today. Any suggesstions on any excellent desserts or dinner entrees???..

Comment #2

To me the peanut butter bar they are discussing in this thread and the nutrichocolates are the 2 most excellent desserts...as for the dinner entrees there are too many to list..

Comment #3

I think there is a chocolate peanut butter lunch bar. If it's in a green package than it's a lunch item...

Comment #4

No this is definetley a dessert item- & one of the best! I prefer it to the blueberry lemon bar..

Comment #5

I love the blueberry lemon bar!! I just came on here this morning to log my dessert for last night and couldn't find the peanut bar either. The chocolate carmel bar is 10 cals less than the peanut one so I just added that to my food log.

Love the nutrichocolates and strawberry bar. Anyone try the chocolate almond cookie? It was pretty good...

Comment #6

The chocolate caramel bar is comparable in calories & fat, you could substitute it on the log when you eat the c/pb bar...

Comment #7

Chocolate peanut butter bar is a Lunch Item! I am looking right at it...

Comment #8

There is both a lunch chocolate peanut butter bar and a dessert chocolate peanut bar. I love them Both!!..

Comment #9

I'm guessing the fact that there is a lunch item and a dessert item with the same name is what's causing the screw-up in getting it listed on the online planner...

Comment #10

I recieved the bar as both a lunch and dessert item. I would suggest looking under the lunch when logging it for dessert, pretty sure I saw it there...

Comment #11

They have both a lunch item and desert item. The desert one is a little smaller 170 cal vrs. 210 for lunch. They are both the same other than size and pretty damn good I might add. I've had the smae problem with adding them to my desert list...

Comment #12

I say Give NS a phone call....They will probably have an answer!..

Comment #13

I came here to ask the same question, after a little research, I see that there are both a Lunch and a Dessert PB Bar! The cal counts are different (210 for L and 170 for D). I had one of them last week (I forget which), can anyone tell me (who has tried both), if there is any difference in the actual bar itself (aside from size). Taste, texture, amount of chocolate (the most important of course)!..

Comment #14

I have no idea about the difference. I know they come as a lunch bar and a dessert bar but I really like them. I try not to stress myself out to much over this. As long as I lose the weight I don't care. I know there is a calorie difference in them but that's about it. They are just soooooo good...

Comment #15

Do a search for it and it should come up. Not sure why it isn't in the list automatically. I had one yesterday and couldn't find it either. It was yummy though!..

Comment #16

When you click on "select" next to "Nutrisystems Dessert Entree," the box that opens has two tabs one for dessert/snack items and one for all NS food items. Click on the tab for all NS items, and then enter "peanut" in the search field. That will bring you a list of all peanut-related NS items, including three different entries for chocolate peanut butter bars. The three different bars have different nutritional info I believe the third one on the list is equivalent to the current NS Advanced peanut butter bar..

(But it's very annoying that they haven't corrected this problem and properly listed the Advanced PB bar.)..

Comment #17


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

 

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