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Transcript of Weight Watchers
Pros vs. Cons
Programs to suit adult men and women
Online program is easy to under-stand
Exercise guidance is pro- vided
Thousands of recipes and meals to choose from
Reputable and effective for 50 years
Online detracts from the traditional social aspect of meetings
Not a strong emphasis on fitness
Not a structured plan, which may be difficult for some to adhere to
Thursday, January 28th, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
This is how:
How will it work?
How easy is it to follow?
The basic idea of
is "Move more; Eat less."
Participants can technically eat anything they wish. However, they must stay within their point intake. Every customer has a different amount of points they are allowed to have. One point is equal to 50 Calories.
For example, if someone is 115lbs. and 5"7, their point limit is 24, or 1,200 calories.
By following this Point system, a customer is expected to lose around 2lbs. a week.
The Top 10 Most Popular foods to eat while on the Weight Watchers diet are the following: boneless/skinless chicken, frozen vegtables, unsalted-dry roasted nuts, lean ground beef, canned/crushed/whole tomatoes, chicken sausage, and dry-whole wheat pasta.
Also, customers should drink around two liters of water throughout day (give or take).
Does it work? : WEIGHTWATCHERS
Before & After Pictures
This is Youlanda, 34, and she has lost over 145 lbs and counting on