Top Ten Weight Loss Posts

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Hello Snack Girl!

I am doing Weight Watchers point plus. I believe the flex version is so mcuh better: with the point plus, those 29 daily points make the whole process besides very slow, frustrating. I have decided to go for 25 daily and I am doing fine...

my question:

When I shall I cut down my daily points as I loose weight?

Thank you!

on May 7, 2013

I would ask your WW host, if you are actually attending meetings.
If not, then cut your poinst down one by one to about 25 or 26 when you are comfortable with how much you are eating. You do not need to go any lower. After a few weeks your hunger is not as bad as now you are much more use to the new calorie level.

on May 31, 2013

I'm doing the Thin Deluxe diet, and losing 1/2 to 1 pound a day. It is a answer to prayer. I was praying to show me something I could lose weight on. I've tried it all, and Thin deluxe works with even a thyroid problem.

I love the Strawberry jam recipie and will be making that next weekend.

Thank you for all you post. It really helps, and I share with all my people.

on July 1, 2013

I have tried twice since the new system and followed to a T and I just don't lose. I just figured the old way was what my body liked. No excuses just facts.

on September 22, 2013

I am 160 pounds. How many Weight Watcher points would I use now?

on November 9, 2013

Jo Ann, there is more than your weight that have to be taken into consideration to know how many Weight Watcher point you would need to use. If you are not a WW member there are a few free apps out there that can help you determine that. There is one called "Easy Point Calculator" that has a tab that will allow you to input your information to determine your daily allowance points. Cannot say for sure that this is totally accurate as WW information is trademarked but it is a good place to start if you are not a paying WW member.

on December 4, 2013

i am regularly receiving your mails of recepies and searches of good and bad eating. i also tried some of your snack recepies its really good. but i need a little help, i want to know how to have a balanced diet, how to manage healthy eating, what all to eat.

on April 8, 2014

I had gastric bypass surgery 7 years ago but have become disabled and confined to wheelchair. I lost 140 but gained back 20. I would like to lose 40 . Will your tips help me? Exercise is confined to upper body and aquatics are not an issue either. Thanks for listening.

on June 23, 2014

Hey. I have this disgusting habit of eating junk foods (chips, sweets etc.) everyday. Do you have any healthy snack alternatives that wont make me crave junk food? Please! Thank you.

on July 18, 2014

Hey girls! I was tired of trying all those WW diet things because I felt hungry all the time and couldn't stop snacking .. But I just discovered the most amazing drink ever! It's called Botan! Taste kind of weird at the beginning but it's a great appetite suppressant.

on August 8, 2014

Hello everyone,

Just wanna say first love your brownies probably the best ones ive ever had. And to the Girls ive written about 4 most popular diets here

on May 4, 2015

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