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buddies
Hi Buddy~ I can relate to not being able to get out much, I'm a quadriplegic. What are your disabilities? God Bless you! Christina
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
WW online
I went to WeightWatchers.com and It says the cost for WW Online is $65.00 for the first 3 months & $16.95 for each month after that. Am I looking in the wrong place? Thx Christina
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
Fresh food containers
Those containers will be very helpful. Thx Christina
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
WW online
How do I sign up for WW online for free? Christin
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
Fiber One Best Life Bars have only 1 point!
Thx! Just what I've been looking for. Sounds yummy.
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
Fat & Paralyzed
Hi~ I am paralyzed and have been gaining steadily for the past 3 years but I really noticed a rapid gain after I started taking an anti-depressant called Lexapro. I was on it for about 5 months. That was a year ago & I just can't get this weight off! I am an emotional eater. When I'm sad, I eat. When I'm happy, I eat. When I'm lonely, you guessed it ... I EAT! I have tried South Beach in the past, and it worked for a while, but I didn't stick with it. I'm going to try WW (I think)but I don't know if it's right for me. For me, it's all about the food/calories since I am unable to do any type of exercise :-( I am here to get serious about losing weight, get any advise from you on which diet might work best for my situation, & to find some buddies to recieve/give encouragement. Would especially love to hear from someone in similar situation. May God Bless you today!
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
Paralyzed-can't exercise
Hi~ I am paralyzed and have been gaining steadily for the past 3 years but I really noticed a rapid gain after I started taking an anti-depressant called Lexapro. I was on it for about 5 months. That was a year ago & I just can't get this weight off! I am an emotional eater. When I'm sad, I eat. When I'm happy, I eat. When I'm lonely, you guessed it ... I EAT! I have tried South Beach in the past, and it worked for a while, but I didn't stick with it. I'm going to try WW (I think)but I don't know if it's right for me. For me, it's all about the food/calories since I am unable to do any type of exercise :-( I am here to get serious about losing weight, get any advise from you on which diet might work best for my situation, & to find some buddies to recieve/give encouragement. Would especially love to hear from someone in similar situation. May God Bless you today!
by psalm46v10 (submitted 10 years ago)
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