Are you watching the Biggest Loser?

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Scott B.
Joined: 10/23/2012

Do you like watching the biggest loser? 

If Yes, what do you think about this season?

I look forward to the discussion! :)

Scott I do watch it to support the contestants, I really do pull so hard for the,. It kills me when some one gets booted. However I do not believe in the way they go about it. It teaches people to expect fast weight loss. And that is not realistic or healthy. The average person can't spend 6 hours a day working out, nor can they afford personal trainers, dietitians or nutritionist to guide them every step of the way. I wrote a blog about it when this season started. Having been a super obese person for many years my heart goes out to them. I just want to teach them about healthy living and how to safely lose the weight and keep it off like I did. Healthy wishes, Wally Bishop C.N.C.
My thoughts exactly Wally! While working at The Biggest Loser Resort, it was difficult to hear them complain about "only losing 5 pounds". I had to help them understand that those five pounds are a huge accomplishment and that it is not safe to lose so much so fast. It was as if reality was distorted and they thought this was their last chance at weight loss. I love how the NutriBullet can be part of a lasting lifestyle and help folks lose weight almost effortlessly and deliciously :)
I watched for a season or two and it does seem like the expectations are insanely high and not sustainable outside of the resort. People pull in double digit weight loss in a week's time? Always seemed unhealthy to me, especially when they're slimmer and don't need such dramatic losses. But I hear there are children on this season. I'm not watching it, but would love to know how they go about motivating these young ones into a healthier lifestyle. :)
what can i put in my nutriblast shake to fill me up. i make these shakes but I'm still hungry about hour later
try chia seeds or flax seeds. Also you can add nuts. Just watch out that you don't add too many calories if that's not what you want.
Maybe they should add nutri bullet as a heathy way to eat when on the go or for a meal. Any diet works , It stops working when we go back to our old ways of eating. I think most people on here have been up and down with making heathy choices and loseing and then fall back in old ways. As we age not so easy to loose, weight loss seems to slow down . Fat never goes away { It just hides and waits for junk and high cals to make them fat again. Right foods and exercise is the key ,with out them we will remain unheathy.
kind wrote: Maybe they should add nutri bullet as a heathy way to eat when on the go or for a meal. Any diet works , It stops working when we go back to our old ways of eating. I think most people on here have been up and down with making heathy choices and loseing and then fall back in old ways. As we age not so easy to loose, weight loss seems to slow down . Fat never goes away { It just hides and waits for junk and high cals to make them fat again. Right foods and exercise is the key ,with out them we will remain unheathy.
Hello Kind. I agree that using the NutriBullet should be part of your lifestyle. I find that the best way to use it is by making a blast with a physical meal. One of my favorite combinations is to have a boneless skinless chicken breast, some brown rice, and a NutriBlast to go with it. I like to make my blasts more veggie forward to help me get the essential nutrients from multiple green vegetable sources. Have you found a good way to integrate NutriBlasts into your diet effectively?