The wildly popular and well respected Jenny Craig has ventured out of the “one size fits all” diet realm. The Jenny Craig Metabolic Max Program offers a personalized plan suited to each individual’s metabolism.
With the Metabolic Max Program, you will enjoy the trademarked one-on-one support from Jenny Craig and Jenny’s Cuisine just like with the original Jenny Craig weight loss system. While on the program, you will eat three meals a day and one snack. The majority of the food you eat will be Jenny’s Cuisine, a prepackaged meal system that is brought right to your home.
What sets Metabolic Max apart is that it includes a BodyMedia FIT Armband and BodyMedia FIT Activity Manager. The BodyMedia FIT products allow you to better log your activity level, calorie consumption and calories burned.
The three biggest brands in weight loss, Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig and Nurtisystem, are gearing up for diet season 2011 with new programs and ad campaigns. Although these companies struggled to recruit new customers during the economic downturn, they’re betting on winning customers back as financial conditions improve.
“A lot of people have traded down to junk food,” said market researcher John LaRosa, of Marketdata Enterprises. “The result of that is people are going to be heavier than ever before. And when they do come back to weight loss programs, they are going to end up staying longer than in past years.”
Nutrisystem is reaching out to the public with new ads that feature real users describing their successes with the popular meal-delivery service (see video below), a departure from their celebrity-driven advertising. “We let our consumers really tell our story,” says Chris Terrill, the company’s chief marketing officer. “It’s a bit different for us, and it’s in line with our research.”
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