Over the holidays I enjoyed myself too much and totally blocked Weight Watchers Points Plus Values out of my mind! I ate SO many desserts! My mind said stop and my stomach said keep going! Unfortunately, my stomach won, but Thanksgiving only comes once a year, so why not? I was so glad to see that I had lost 2 of my 5 newly gained holiday pounds this week, that I wrote a post about my loss a few days early: https://www.blogwithmom.com/2011/12/i-lost-2-pounds-since-the-holidays/
Oatmeal for breakfast today and no intentions of eating out tonight, so this week is off to a good start! Keep following me, I will soon be sharing my tips for using a kitchen scale and even be hosting a kitchen scale giveaway!
If you are interested in trying your hand at Weight Watchers, you need to:
- Join Weight Watchers Online
- Study the Weight Watchers Program by checking all the points values of the foods you currently eat in order to eliminate or add new foods to your diet
- Always keep a Weight Watcher’s Points Plus Calculator in your kitchen and in your purse to use in calculating points plus values quickly from food labels.
*Weight Watchers works because it’s not a diet. You’ll learn how to eat right and live healthy. You can choose between two convenient options to learn how to lose weight and keep it off. At meetings, you’ll find out all the latest information on eating right and living healthy, plus you’ll get the guidance you need to succeed and stay on track. Weight Watchers Online is a customized online weight loss plan that you follow step-by step completely online – manage your results at your own pace, on your own time. Choose the option that’s right for you and start today!
“People following the Weight Watchers plan can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week.”
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