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PostSubject: About Weight Watchers   Mon 26 Jan - 4:23

Weight Watchers is one of the most successful weight loss programs of all time. With group support and a lenient eating program, it continues to prove very popular with participants of all ages and varied weight goals. The program's eat-what-you-want approach directs members towards an all-things-in-moderation way of living rather than a diet mentality. So, is Weight Watchers the way for you to lose weight and keep it off?
At your first Weight Watchers meeting, you will find out how many Points you are allotted each day. Each food has a particular Points value, which you can compute with a slide tool called a Points Finder. Any food with a nutrition label can be checked for Points value, or, you can consult your welcome book's alphabetical list for certain values. You can also purchase a kit that includes an organizer, an extra Points Finder and two books that list the Points for various foods, including restaurant items.
During the week, you will record the number of Points you eat at each meal on a pre-printed food journal pamphlet. You will track what you consume as the day progresses and plan your remaining meals and snacks accordingly. The leader will most likely advise you that eating right at the minimum or anywhere below your Points range is not a good idea, because it may put your body into "starvation" mode. You will also need to check off the dairy products, veggies and fruits you eat, as well as the water you drink.

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