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Couple questions please.

I am seeing people talking about eating crackers or enlish muffins. On my Daily Tracker there is not a place in the schedule for Carbs - although I have seen the carbs in the back. Can we have them daily and when?.

As well as this "FREE FOOD" Where do incorporate this?.

I want to be sure I am not cheating but at the same time if I can incorporate some more variety I would love to do it.

I have been on this 3 weeks and have lost 16lbs. I am adding more food as I can, salads, an egg from time to time, Turkey Pepperoni on my pizza..

Thanks!..

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Your question was: Daily food tracking and Nutrisystem.

Thanks - that is what I thought.

Also for the add ins - somedays it's hard for me I travel but I have been doing better then I thought. The proteins are hard for me to squeeze in, I need to come up with a plan to add these..

Pam, Have you really not eaten a french fry in over 4 years? Just curious...

Comment #1

Of all the additional foods, the protein is perhaps the MOST important. There are many portable proteins (roasted soy beans, for example). But, please, do get all of your required protein in!..

Comment #2

Maybe some of these ideas will help:.

Protein recommendations from NutriSystem Counselors. I would adjust the serving sizes to fit the Dairy/Protein stats of 100 calories or less, 3g fat or less and 7-8g of protein or more, however:.

Protein Serving Size Best Option.

Bacon Substitute 2 tbsp.

Beef 1 oz Round, Sirloin, Flank, Tenderloin, Chuck,Steak, Rump, Ground Round- (All Trimmed of Fat).

Buffalo 1 oz.

Calarmari 1 oz.

Canadian Bacon 1 oz Note: Sodium content high.

Cheese 1 oz Fat-free or Low fat.

Cheese (Ricotta) 2 tbsp Made with part skim milk..

Cheese (String) 1.

Chicken 1 oz White meat, No skin.

Chicken Wings 1 wing Note: Not Fried.

Clams 2 oz.

Cottage Cheese.

Crab 1 oz.

Cream Cheese (Fat Free) 4 tbsp (2 oz).

Deer 1 oz.

Duck 1 oz No skin, Well drained of fat.

Edamame Beans 1/3 cup.

Egg 1.

Egg White 3.

Egg Substitute 1/2 cup.

Fish 1 oz Cod, Flounder, Haddock, Halibut, Trout, Tuna, Lox, Herring, Salmon, Catfish. (No breading.).

Ham 1 oz Fresh or Boiled Ham.

Hot Dogs 1 oz 3 grams of fat or less per ounce.

Imitation Crabmeat 2 oz.

Lamb 1 oz Roast, chop, leg.

Lobster 2 oz.

Mussels 2 oz.

Octopus 1 oz.

Ostrich 1 oz.

Oysters 6 med.

Parmasan Cheese (grated) 2 tbsp.

Pheasant 1 oz No skin.

Pork 1 oz Fresh/Boiled Ham,Tenderloin,Loin Chop.Canadian Bacon,Cured,Canned Note: High Sodium.

Protein Shakes View Label 100 calories or less with at least 7-8 grams of protein, Whey or Soy Protein.

Salmon 1 oz Fresh or canned.

Sandwich Meat 1 oz 2 grams of fat or less per ounce.

Sardines (canned) 2 med.

Sausage 1 oz 3 grams or less of fat per ounce. Note: High Sodium.

Scallops 2 oz.

Shrimp 2 oz.

Smart Dogs 2 oz.

Soy Beans 1/3 cup.

Soy nuts 1/4 cup Unsalted is best option..

Squid 1 oz.

Tempeh 1/4 cup Note: Medium Fat Meat (Limit).

Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) 1/4 cup Note: Medium Fat Meat (Limit).

Tofu 3 oz Note: Medium Fat Meat (Limit).

Tofu Hot Dog 1.

Tuna (canned in water) 1/4 cup.

Turkey 1 oz No skin.

Veal 1 oz Lean Chop, Roast.

Veggie Burgers 2 oz 100 calories or less with at least 7-8 grams of protein.

Venison 1 oz..

Comment #3

Pam, thanks for the protein list. I eat the same protiens all the time. Didn't know some of the items on your list were considered a protein. So, THANK YOU!..

Comment #4

Just look for items 100 calories or less, 3g fat or less and 7g protein or more. That is what makes a dairy/protein serving...

Comment #5

Stamp!.

Protein is the last add-in you want to skip!!!!!!..

Comment #6

Also note that the portion given on this list is the minimum for a dairy/protein serving. In many cases, you can have more than that as long as it isn't over 100 calories...

Comment #7

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