Is Nutrisystem Select Better Than Regular Nutrisystem?

I'm starting to get a lot of questions about Nutrisystem's new gourmet frozen foods line (called "select.") People want to know if the select line is better than the basic line. And, if it is better, they want to know if it's worth the additional cost. In the following article, I'll go over some of the details and differences in the select line to help you determine if you'd consider it better than the regular plan. Hopefully, this information will also help you evaluate if it's worth the additional cost.

Nutrisystem Basic And Select Work In The Same Way: Before I go over what sets the frozen line apart, I want to stress that the real difference between these two plans is in the additional food selections. You will still eat the diet meals five times per day. You still add in your own fresh sides. The calorie to carb to protein ratio remains the same, as does the nutritional value. The premium status of the select line is due to the quality and convenience of the frozen foods.

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Both Nutrisystem Lines Share Some Of The Same Foods, But There Are Two Weeks' Worth Of Frozen Foods Added To The Select Line: There's a misconception that the foods in these two lines are totally different. This isn't necessarily the case. The premium plan does include two weeks' worth of some of the more popular items in the basic line. But, half of the order (two weeks' worth) includes the new frozen entrees. (Of course, like with any of the packages, you can chose your own foods rather than going to with "favorites.")

Is Nutrisystem Select Better Than Regular Nutrisystem?

For breakfast, the new frozen foods are foods like pancakes, french toast, a breakfast burrito, and an omelet. Some of the lunch favorites are centered on the new lunch melts such as the ham and cheese, the meatball, and the steak and cheese melts. There's also chicken fajita and chicken quesadilla sandwiches. For dinner, they've added chicken and shrimp alfredos, glazed turkey, ravioli, turkey pepperoni pizza, Salisbury steak, macaroni and cheese, and stuffed shells.

The dessert options are standouts for me because they include ice cream products (which obviously you don't typically find on a diet.) There's sundaes, ice cream sandwiches, and fruit and ice cream bars.

So, Is The Nutrisystem Select Line Worth The Money? Is It Really Any Better Than The Regular Package?: This really does depend upon your taste and preferences. With the premium option, you are given two weeks' worth of additional variety with the new frozen foods. And the taste on these new items is very good. But there are many of the basic foods that I find to be very good as well. There is a premium price for the frozen foods. Depending on the specials running, you're generally looking at around more for the entire month. That's about more dollars per week or around more per day.

Since the select line is a package, you can usually use coupons for it, but you'll still be paying somewhat of a premium. Whether this is worth it to you depends upon how much you like the basic line. I find that most people really do like the taste of the frozen foods, particularly the desserts. And some people would rather pay a bit extra for this. Many people have the attitude that since they're going to be eating the diet meals quite regularly, they may as well make this as appealing and pleasurable as is possible.

Is Nutrisystem Select Better Than Regular Nutrisystem?

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