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304leigh007

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Posted: 30 Oct 2012, 12:12
Hello everyone, I'm new to weight watchers and this site! I am ready to get this started and shed this fat! I understand that WW goes by points, does this site calculate you points as you record what you have ate?

Keep up the good work everyone! And, I'm always looking for some buddies on here Very Happy
cherall59

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Posted: 30 Oct 2012, 12:19
hi
I also am doing weight watchers. I just found this site. So far Im doing my own points.Very Happy
howej

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Posted: 03 Nov 2012, 04:21
I don't know if it calculates/adds them up for you, I think you need to use the points plus calculator and add them in. I've done weight watchers for the past 18-24 months. I found it difficult to stay motivated or inspired with the leader, so I dropped the program and just did it at home...not the easiest task. If you're needing support or a recipe--give a shout! Jessie
Denisay

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Posted: 05 Nov 2012, 10:25
Hi 304leigh007, good luck on WW. I did it in 2010 and lost 95 lbs. Ive kept it off since. Im also new to Fatsecret, joined on 10-30, if you figure out if fatsecret counts points please share. Eventhough I met my goal, i try to keep a daily count of what i eat so I dont over do it and gain back any weight. Good luck to you. If you have any questions, or support im here for you.



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