(Closed) Any other weight watchers bees frustrated by how slow the weight is coming off

posted 6 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
2522 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

A friend of mine said that while she had success with Weight Watchers, her adult daughter did not even though she followed the program more religiously than her mother.  Hang in there, if you don’t feel it’s going well, maybe increase the activity or change the types of food you eat?

Post # 4
102 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Yes I totally agree.  But, out of all the diets I’ve tried out there this has been the only one that’s do-able for long term.

I would defintely incorporate exercise – I’ve noticed that’s made a difference for me.  The scale might not reflect it but I can definitely see the differnce in my clothes.

Post # 5
146 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I’ve had fairly good success on WWs, but I have to caveat it.  I also significantly reduced the amount of meat I consume.  While it sounds really weird, for health reasons I started a mainly vegan routine, and found much better results.  It has to be balanced though to make sure you get all the nutrients you need.  By eating signicantly less meat and cheese, I’ve seen a difference in pant size and the scale.  You can pretty much eat as many veggies on the plan as you want, so they make great snacks and allow for the occasional yummy treat from the local bakery.

Post # 6
248 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Well I’ve been losing about a pound each week sometimes pound and a half, and I haven’t been following the program to the T so thats saying something. For me the key i think has been incorporating way more of the zero point foods with each meal. Lots of fruits and veggies which has made it where even on days where I splurge I’m not eatting nearly as much “bad food” as I would have otherwise.  

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