Weight watchers renewed vows

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Posted: 06 May 2012, 15:27
I have renewed my commitment with weight watchers. I have had a very good experience with this diet since 2001. Being a person who has had weight issues all my life it has been very difficult maintaining a healthy weight. I am one of a set of twins and as luck will have it my sister is stick thin and has never been on a diet in all our lives. Me on the otherhand, well lets just say I have tried most diets with different degrees of success. I would like to become pregnant this year but my goal is to lose the 30kg before in order to maintain a healthy weight. I am scared to get pregnant and gain even more weight. I am a researcher and spend most days at a desks which does bot help. So I have gotten hold of my weight watchers books and started to get my mind into gear. The best thing about this diet is the fact that you control the outcome, if you eat a chocoloate and you count this within your daily allowance you still lose the weight. it encourages you to think about what you eat something which I struggle with. I will often eat snacks as a quick meal without truly thinking about calories, nutrients and portion size. This is everything weight watchers helps with. I am hoping to lose the weight in 4 to 6 months so I am motivated and oping for a happily ever after outcome. Sick of being over weight and gaining weight over and over again... weight watchers will you marry me Wink

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Posted: 13 May 2012, 09:52
I'm recommitting today!! WW was so successful for me in the past, I have got to get back on track!
Yay for us!!!!

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Posted: 13 May 2012, 10:55
A refocus can be very healthy for all of us now and then. Welcome back in the groove! You can do it! Smile

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Posted: 13 May 2012, 13:59
Way to go! I do both weight watchers and FS. I like tracking the calories, but I love going to the weekly meetings and the good health guidelines. I'm now a WW Lifetime member (as of a month ago).
155: After regaining 16 pounds. It's my goal again.
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Posted: 31 May 2012, 11:48
Weight Watchers is a great program if you work it Smile I too feel off the wagon. I am also renewing my vows with WW today!

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Posted: 04 Jun 2012, 02:44
Hey! I agree, I lost almost 40 lb 7 years ago with ww. After 2 babies I feel awful now. So let's start back!
Anyone knows why I can not see my ww points on my blackberry using the fat secret diet? I soooooo desperately need this!

Thanks much!

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Posted: 15 Jul 2012, 18:06
I'm starting back with WW too! My dr. advised it after my attempt at Atkins and my cholesterol was too HIGH! Would love to have other WW buddies on fatsecret!

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Posted: 26 Aug 2012, 12:21
Just getting on my own journey, once again trying to lose weight... Had a lap band in 2008, didn't help as much as they said it would, then out of discouragment I gained weight! After one and a half month on Weight watchers, I am down 9 pounds!!! Yahoo! I think WW is a reasonable diet that I can follow and live in the "real" world, as opposed to other diets I have tried to follow.

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Posted: 25 Sep 2012, 08:04
Reached my goal wt in '06 only to have gained back 26 lbs. Still attending mtgs on a weekly basis but figued this website will also help for some encouragement and motivation. Hope everyone has a great on program week. Iam 60 yrs old (61 this January)and losing what I have gained is a struggle.

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Posted: 01 Oct 2012, 10:25
I also have high cholesterol, but.....after I lost 56 lbs yrs ago, my Dr & I decided to stop the meds and see what WW was doing.Guess what? After 2 mos it shot right back up to over 200. My body makes alot of cholesterol, my aunt & two uncles who are all thin have the same issue. I have been on meds for 10 yrs. Guess it's going to be a liftime. Stopped it this summer, same issue. Back on it and my levels dropped. Just saying... Hope you can manage it with WW and not meds.

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