ICYMI: The Week in Nutrisystem Weight Loss News

Article posted in: Diet & Nutrition

It’s the start of Memorial Day Weekend, the traditional opening of the summer season. And the calendar has presented us with a special gift this year: 15 summer weekends rather than the 14 we had in 2014. Now’s the perfect time to catch up on the great stories and videos we posted on Nutrisystem’s weight loss blog this week, most of which have special summer angles in this summer edition of ICYMI: The Week in Nutrisystem Weight Loss News.

Everything from a video recipe on how to make a great mason jar salad (did you know you can make them as much as four days ahead and they’ll stay fresh in the refrigerator?), to a very important piece on why sunscreen is vital this time of year, to a barbecue survival guide and ways to sneak in some quick and energizing exercise right at your desk to how you can eat enjoy family mealtime rituals and still say on your weight loss program. So relax this weekend, and enjoy the start of summer and the best of our blog.

Six Simple Desk Exercises Who says exercise has to be a chore? Not us: You can do it right at your desk. Here are six examples of simple and energizing moves you can do to tone your muscles and awaken your spirit.

The ABCs of SPF, UVA and UVB: A Sunsreen Primer Summertime is sun time, and you know you should use sunscreen. But why, exactly, and which one? And how much? Our guide to all things sunscreen-related can help you decode the mysteries.

Video: #VeggieSexy Mason Jar Salads They’re all the rage, and Nutrisystem dietitian Mandi Knowles explains why in this helpful guide to creating healthy and delicious mason jar salads.

The Daily Dose: Never Be Left Out Just because you’re on a diet doesn’t mean you need to miss the important family rituals that surround mealtimes and holidays. Use our easy advice on how to never miss pizza night again!

Seven Barbecue Survival Tips Don’t let the start of summer barbecue season throw you off track. Use these seven handy strategies for thriving at gatherings this summer.