Nutrisystem Vs. Jenny Craig

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Nutrisystem and Jenny Craig both offer weight loss programs that feature pre-made meals to help clients lose weight. The main difference between the two companies, aside from menus, is the type of support and counseling each offers.

Blueberries are a healthy diet choice.
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Placing your meal order online is all that is required to start with Nutrisystem. Starting the Jenny Craig program involves speaking with a program director, either by telephone or at a local office, to determine your eating habits, activity level and weight loss goals.

Using Nutrisystem, you can place your meal order online.
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Nutrisystem offers more than 170 entrees, desserts and snacks on its menu with a focus on foods that have a low glycemic index. Jenny Craig offers more than 80 meals, snacks and desserts that focus on portion control while also meeting USDA dietary guidelines.

Grilled chicken is a source of dietary protein.
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Nutrisystem offers basic, silver, diabetic and vegetarian plans, with the silver plan designed for older men and women. You can create your own menu or choose the pre-selected "Favorite Foods" menu. Jenny Craig also offers planned or personalized menus, along with vegetarian options and a special menu for teens.

Chicken and side dish make a healthy meal.
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All of Nutrisystem's counseling and support services are offered online. With Jenny Craig, the traditional program involves private weekly in-person meetings with a consultant. The Jenny Direct program conducts all of the meetings by telephone. Both programs include tracking weight and measurements.

Both programs track your measurements.
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Nutrisystem's Member Favorites menu with meals automatically delivered cost $299.95 a month with free shipping in 2009. Jenny Craig charges separately for meals and counseling services, but according to the company website, the average client spends only $1 more a day on food than the average person spends on groceries.

You purchase food through the programs.
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