can anyone tell me were to start with the weight watchers diet plan?

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homeriscool

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Posted: 31 Dec 2011, 19:43
hi all , i just want to know were i get started with weight watchers diet plan?
5un5hine

Joined: Dec 11
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Posted: 31 Dec 2011, 19:53
You can go to their on-line site at www.weightwatchers.com and see if you would be interested in their group meetings or just online diet. Hope you have good sucess. Thinking of checking that out too when I have a little more time to investigateExclamation
Marquesha613

Joined: Dec 11
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Posted: 01 Jan 2012, 02:26
you can also google specific questions. I've found that there are a few sites that give you great insight on WW. I personally did that. I also went into one of their stores and bought a kit.
Casey Lamb

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Posted: 01 Jan 2012, 10:06
I was using their online plan and purchased a calculator. Due to their change in points calculations, it's no longer as easy to calculate the number of points you should be allowed. You pretty much have to join in order for them to tell you. BUT - their new calculator will do it for you so if you go online and purchase one, you will be able to "get around" joining (if that's what you wish to do). I am following WW and love it but just cancelled my account and am going to use FatSecret and my calculator to continue. Good Luck!!



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