Joined September 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
128.0 lb
Lost so far: 3.6 lb

Current Weight
124.4 lb
Performance: losing 0.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
120.0 lb
Still to go: 4.4 lb
Im a 22 year old college graduate born and raised in a small town in CT, but now calling my home Nashville TN. I love music and am an aspiring country music singer/songwriter! I also have my BA in Music Industry.
I have been doing weight watchers as my healthy eating plan (no diets for this girl!) since the summer of 2006. While I have been going through a rough patch for the past year or so, I have been a lifetime memeber at goal since november 2007. I love spending time with family/freinds, going out, volleyball, the beach, movies, concerts,and cooking amoung many other wonderful things!

getNfit22's Weight History

getNfit22's Latest Member Challenges

  Low Cal Cooking with
status: Completed
ended: 11 Oct 10
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last weighin: steady Steady
last weighin: losing 2.0 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 8.2 lb a week Down
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last weighin: gaining 0.3 lb a week Up

getNfit22's Cookbook

cals: 91kcal | fat: 0.36g | carbs: 19.97g | prot: 2.78g
Sweet Potato Apple Cake
Sweet potatoes and apples add moistness and natural sweetness to this simple cake.
cals: 87kcal | fat: 5.13g | carbs: 10.23g | prot: 1.64g
Chocolate Ninja Crispies
A healthy, crunchy version of the more popular treats with a chocolaty, nutty goodness.
cals: 99kcal | fat: 0.59g | carbs: 20.28g | prot: 4.58g
Minestrone Soup with Black Beans & Barley
A yummy vegetarian bean and barley soup with little fat.
cals: 45kcal | fat: 0.29g | carbs: 10.74g | prot: 1.14g
Winter Squash Soup
Extremely low calorie, nonfat healthy veggie soup.
cals: 278kcal | fat: 6.92g | carbs: 44.22g | prot: 15.56g
Beef Taco Soup
Easy, warm and spicy taco soup with lean ground beef and tons of hearty ingredients.
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getNfit22's Latest Posts

It's Quiet during the Holidays
I think we should all give ourselves a huge pat on the back for sticking to the program through thick and thin( notice the pun ha ha)! I have been doing weight watchers for 3 years now and I find the holidays to be a rough patch for me every single year. But, I know with WW on my side I will make it through, without overdoing. For all those who stray we are still here working hard and thats what matters!
posted 15 Dec 2010, 17:10
Substituting Healthy(ish) Food for Non-Healthy Food
I am a big fan of the trader joes whole wheat pizza dough. It clocks in at 4 ww points for 1/4 of the ball of dough, and it bakes up really nice. I prefer this over pitas, or tortillas , because it has that doughy pizzy texture that I crave when I want a REAL tasting pizza. I load it up with vegges and go very light on cheeses, generally I use a fat free shredded motzerrella with a couple shakes of reducded fat parm, and tomato slices rather then canned tomato sauce. For the lasanga I make a delcious eggplant roll-up with fat free ricotta, and its DELISH.
posted 26 Oct 2010, 17:04
weight watcher points
they dont list the weight watchers points for each food item, but its easy to figure out what the point values are by using the nutirtion facts provided for each item and your points calculator. But you may or may not have noticed that they do include weight watchers point on a lot of the recipies.
posted 12 Oct 2010, 16:35
Vegetarian Recipes
Hey all!!

I came by a wonderful website today that has some delish sounding pumpkin recipies! It also has many other vegetarin/vegan/healthy options! It's the website for Vegetarian Times magazine and the link is, Even if you arn't a vegetarian(like myself) it can be new and exciting to encorporate a non meat meal into our weekly dinners! Enjoy!
posted 02 Oct 2010, 12:21
tired of the weight changes
get back on the wagon! Its never too late to make a perment change! If your trying to loose, yes weight weight watchers is an excellent way to go about it. But, no matter what plan you choose, I think your "diet" frame of mind is going to hinder your weight loss goals. Whatever you do, weather it is weight watcher or sumthing else, you need to think of it as a healthy lifestyle change, no diet, no starvation, no depriving yourself of the things you love. Weight watchers is espeically great for this, because if you can commit yourself and do the plan it works! You can have whatever foods you want and the meetings supply all the tools and support you need. Whatever you do, it needs to be a plan you can live with and stick too. good luck!
posted 20 Sep 2010, 17:26
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