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After the first week they really did not like the food and did not wish to receive anymore shipments. It's delicious, not filled with chemicals, perfectly portioned, and reasonably priced. Ask our community of thousands of members your health questions, and learn from others experiences. I've had very good results with the calorie traditional menu of meals, and have rarely felt overly hungry or deprived. Perhaps it wasn't bad customer service, but a bad customer. Some meals were in excess of calories, was surprised. We noted this in our conversation with your mother when she placed her order for your grandparents on December 20, and was instructed this, however she insisted on ordering multiple weeks instead.

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The woman states that: Why would I buy anything from her? She states that people like that she's honest. Well, I have a different word, that I can't put it down right now. There's a difference between "being honest" and being downright mean. Also, some of the comments don't seem real I wish her luck, but I suggest she comes on a little less strong in her pitch.

Her commercials are horrible. Calling people liars although I noticed later commercials modified this slightly is bad. The fact that their aren't as many subscribers as there were in the past makes me wary also. And by far, the biggest misleading fact is where it stated, established in Give me a break. In addition, the food is of the highest quality of freshness with fresh fruits and vegetables that meet my ultra high standards of pristineness , and it is REAL food, NOT loaded with artificial ingredients.

Yes, it's a bit pricey, which is why I skip a week or two between my SS weeks. BUT, it is SOOOOO easy to stay on this diet -- you don't have to expose yourself to the temptations of shopping at the supermarket or eating out; instead, you just "go shopping" in your fridge, looking at your SS choices for the week and picking what looks appealing at the moment.

I've had very good results with the calorie traditional menu of meals, and have rarely felt overly hungry or deprived. It is important to note that these meals are low fat, low cholesterol, and sodium restricted, and that they contain no harmful additives, no high-fructose corn syrup, and NO trans fat.

My weight loss during my "on" weeks eating the SS meals has been very impressive; it almost seemed that there was some kind of chemical reaction going on with the combination of foods that led to even more of a loss than would be expected on a calorie diet.

And on my off weeks, when I try not to undo my progress by eating a lot of big salads and not being "bad," I haven't regained much , if ANY, of the weight I've lost with Seattle Sutton. I'm fortunate to live close enough to the Illinois HQ so that meals are delivered by truck twice weekly to my local distributor where I can pick them up. THAT makes the price pretty prohibitive.

That's actually less than I'd be spending eating out as much as I would otherwise do. As you can see, I'm totally sold on Seattle Sutton, the only diet that I have found to be sustainable and successful for me in the long term, and the only diet with prepared foods I can actually stand to eat!

I would encourage anyone and everyone needing to lose weight or needing a restricted diet for other health reasons e. If you find it helps you, you can do as I do and skip a week or two in between your SS weeks to cut down on the expense.

I have been using the Seattle Sutton program for over 2 years, and not only have I lost weight, it has taught me about portion control! Sometimes I order week to week and on occasion I just order a half-week which is a great option in my opinion.

Since it is fresh food, they do have deadlines to make changes to your order, but it was never an issue since the deadline is reasonable. I highly recommend this program to anyone that wants fresh food delivered to their door. I am a busy professional, and eating healthy has always been difficult especially at the end of a long day. That is why it is great that everything is fully cooked, and very easy to prepare! Ed- I speak with Reese nearly every month, and he is always courteous and kind.

Tuesday is definitely after the cutoff their cutoff of Friday. Perhaps it wasn't bad customer service, but a bad customer. It actually DOES have an entire vegetarian menu option that is delicious! And cost is not that bad when compared to what I normally spend in groceries each week. Well worth it- the food is great! Easy to set up on-line. Some meals were in excess of calories, was surprised. Not the best tasting. Biggest con, no flexibility on changing deliveries and VERY poor customer servcie.

Spoke to Reese, was very rude and condenscending. When I called back to log a complaint, the customer service person talked all over me and stated I must be mistaken. They tell me is a small family business with family members working in it and all are very professional and I was not being reasonable.

I attemted to reschedule a delivery due to needing to attend a funeral out state, Reese stated hard to believe I just found out on Tuesday I would not be in town on Friday, with a chuckle Then when I stated I wanted to donate the food to a hunger center, with 30 hours notice prior to shipment I was told they could not do that but I can when I receive the shipment and do that on my own, of course I will be out of town.

I then said I wanted to just pay for it and not receive the food, was told they cannot do that, they are VERY busy And wonder about how automated they are. Amounts of food need to be modified a week in advance, I cancelled after one shipment. Food ranges from yuck to great, depending on the menu. I LOVE this diet!! I was on the 1, cal about 4 years ago and lost about 35 lbs. I've tried every diet in the book and although this is expensive I don't mind paying because I know it works, it's easy and I love the food.

I look forward to the food arriving every week because I know there's nothing that will disappoint. The other "big" thing for me is you can still lose weight and not exercise. I am walking but I don't "have to" to lose. At night I love my "glass of milk" and with Seattle Sutton you get calories a day extra for a snack or in my case that nightly glass of milk or chocolate milk!

Convenient easy and delicious! Would be better if switched up the menus for long term customers! I decided to try it again. I was shocked at the quality of the food. Either no taste or old food, on the verge of going bad. So I would definitely go with something like Weight Watchers where you can eat out at restaurants and cook healthy meals.

I've done Seattle Sutton twice and only lasted for a 5-week stretch each time. The food is fresh, and all the calories are counted for you and all you have to do is eat what they give you. The menus repeat every 5 weeks, so if there is something you don't like you are going to see it in a month again. The food is very very, very bland and basically all it is is hospital food.

I often had to add spices in order to give the food a taste. I also questioned the quality of food choices. A lot of juices, a lot of starches with no nutritional value dinner rolls, big fat waffles and syrup It will work if you are willing to stick with the program and only eat the food they give you and your 2 glasses of milk, but I couldn't do it week after week after week. I've tried both of them. Nutrisystem is kind of a racket in some ways.

You have to keep watch on your orders with them as they aren't good about letting you go and will send you orders without you having generated anything with them. Some of their food is ok but I found I went hungry with it. It was a huge temptation when I had a month's worth of food in front of me and felt hungry.. I did meet some nice folks online through their chat. Seattle Sutton is ok. It's a bit pricey but you do get everything prepared for you and it's fresh not freeze-dried.

I have an intestinal disorder so the food and I didn't match up. I'm doing Weight Watchers now and swear by it. I'm going to have to do some cooking but have to settle for doing that anyway in the long run if I want to keep a healthy weight. Good luck with whatever you choose. Has anyone tried Seattle Sutton or Nutrisystem?

I am thinking it will help keep me on track and to eat healthier foods, but I am worried about taste. I think that most of the food is good and you do supplement their food with your own fruits, vegetables, dairy and salads. Being on NS has not prevented me from eating out occasionally though. I just make sure that when I do, I choose healthier options from the menu. The reality is that if you ate healthy on your own, you wouldn't need NS or Seattle Sutton, but I appreciate the convenience of not having to worry about preparing healthy meals.

I can just grab a NS meal and know that it is the right amount of the right food. I don't know about the amount of food in Seattle Sutton's program, but I can tell you that I have never felt hungry on NS. Of course, your individual success will depend on how well you stay on the diet and whether you exercise in addition to eating the prescribed food. Melissa September 04, at I agree with the above comments. Also I found the fruit that make up a part of many Seattle Sutton meals to be nasty.

I always ended up throwing it out. It might be worth a week or two tolearn portion control but I did not find it to be worth the cost. Tom McMahon September 04, at My boyfriend and I tried NutriSystem for about 2 months and though we lost weight, I had to give up on the plan.

I found that all the meals with a sauce pastas, rice, meats in gravy all tasted the same and had a strange chemical after taste probably a preservative since nothing's refrigerated. The pastas were very mushy, and the dehydrated items, like potatoes and puddings, were grainy. I also discovered that I missed the fun of cooking and creating in my kitchen.

The plan requirement to add my own salads, veggies, and proteins made the plan more expensive than the advertisements lead you to believe. I've concluded that, like the others, if I could control portions, I would be better off financially and have happier taste buds if I just cooked for myself. I've managed to maintain my weight loss on my own for about 6 months.

Leah Y September 04, at I tried Seattle Sutton for a month and while, yes, the weight came off quickly I really had to question their nutritional breakdown of foods. I mean, calorically they were right on the money, but when I received a lunch that was 1 small piece of chicken, 2 baby corn and a bag of pre-packaged lemon cookies They're based in my hometown too, so I wanted to support it but I'd rather eat fresh veggies I find myself.

Dawn September 04, at I think the key to these systems actually lies in one of Nutrisystem's own ads - one girl is shouting to the world that Nutrisystem helped her get from a size 12 to a size 2 - twice. So clearly going on the system the first time taught her nothing about her normal eating habits, all she learnt was how to use her microwave. When she stopped on the plan she went back to a size 12! Jennifer September 04, at I've tried Seattle Sutton and was able to lose some weight.

The cost is high, but I admit, I'm paying for the convenience of having prepared meals. Most of Seattle Sutton food is decent. I do agree that the fruit leaves a lot to be desired. I did learn portion control I do recommend it for individuals who do not have a lot of time and want to eat healthy. Lisa L September 04, at Seattle Sutton is not worth what you pay.

I cancelled after three weeks. The food made me hungry. When i asked them why the food was mainly carbs and almost no protein, they said they were refromulating their meals and should have some new meals at the end of the year.

It is advertised as being great for diabetics. I'm not sure how since there is almost no protein. If you don't want to cook for yourself and have some extra money, look into buying meals fully prepared from personal chefs. A lot of them have carry out services available. I have been on Nutrisystem for 3 months and have lost 40 pounds. These results are typical Therefore I have a very high opinion of the program.

As with any program, the key is sticking to it. I have always had difficulty making good choices of what to eat while on a diet in the past and I believe that's why I've failed. Nutrisystem solves that problem for me by providing healthy, great tasting IMHO food.

I highly recommend it. Pat September 04, at I was on the Seattle Sutton plan for about 4 months and lost the expected 1.

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