Weight Watcher help

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ads1599

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Posted: 06 Feb 2013, 21:31
I am wanting to try weight watchers but cant bring my self to paying $44 a month. I have a friend that is doing weight watchers and she calculated my points for me.

is there anyone that can help or give advice on weight watchers
BgIrn

Joined: Dec 12
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Posted: 07 Feb 2013, 04:46
In regards to weight watchers, all it appears to be (I'm not positive) is a fancy way to count calories which this site does for you for free. Doing it yourself helps you learn the energy content of your food to establish a long term change in habits.

The trick is to get a food scale, be accurate in measure, and honest with yourself. It just takes a little time and effort.

Good luck in whatever you pursue.



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