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First of all Has anyone tried nutrisystem or Nutrisystem? WHich is better? Thanks in advance for any comment. My other question... Well..tomorrow with be a full month on NS. Gonna weigh in at the gym in the morning..

I haven't had a cup of coffee since starting NS. Mainly because there are no coffees that I can actually drink without 1/2 & 1/2 or milk. I love my coffee though. Been drinking nothing but water and green tea from the start..

Tonight at work I broke down and had some black coffee and added a few Splendas. Well boys....it was liquid freakin' gold!! Probably because I hadn't had any in a month but that's beside the point..

So here's the question...is Splenda a bad choice for this diet? All the reports say no...but there's always a catch..

Any of you use this stuff and in what quantity??.

Thanks in advance for the input!.

Peace!.

D-Day..

asked Apr 21 at 04:56

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably can answer it..

answered Apr 21 at 06:08

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I like mine light and sweet too. Splenda should be fine. I'm a saccharin kind of guy myself. FWIW, Sweet Nancy fixes me a large latte (2 dbl shots espresso) every morning with 8 oz of skim milk in it and later in the day, I have a coffee here at work with a dash of half&half. I count these dairies as one protein for the day and skimp on my evening fat to compensate for the half and half. If you make it part of your plan, it's ok..

Gordon..

answered Apr 21 at 07:02

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One or two cups of coffee a day are actually good for you. So have at it !.

The artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Nutrisweet are fine if you don't use them very much and keep your hydration level up...

answered Apr 21 at 07:39

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I wouldn't be able to survive on this diet (or in life!) without my 2 or 3 cups of java first thing in the morning!.

Splenda is fine, and you might want to look into the flavored coffees; I'm currently addicted to the New England Coffee Company's "Chocolate Cappuccino". Add a little Splenda and it's a guilt-free pleasure! (and it's on sale this week at Shop Rite for 2.99 a package)..

answered Apr 21 at 08:25

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Me too! Starbuck's French Roast, hot & black. Get's me going. Never gave it up during NS...

answered Apr 21 at 10:02

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I've gotta start my day with 20oz using splenda and NF milk...

answered Apr 21 at 11:21

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My Tassimo makes a nice expresso (good enough for government work), and I add 6 oz. of FF milk heated in the microwave. Then I put a Laughing Cow Lite wedge on my morning toast. That's my dairy/protein for Breakfast...

answered Apr 21 at 12:53

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Splenda makes packets that have a gram of fiber per packet. Toss one of those in your coffee, pound a couple BBGGs and kiss your worries goodbye!..

answered Apr 21 at 14:01

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I use about 6 packets of splenda a day....I love the taste and have had no problems...

answered Apr 21 at 14:53

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