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Weight Watchers

Discussion in 'Food & Drink Forum' started by mathmajors, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. mathmajors

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    I know 4 women who have all lost weight with this system and my wife and I are thinking of trying it. I love Atkins, but I'm getting bored with it again. Anyone got some scoop?
     
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    Probably bored with it because you haven't found things that you can have that you like. I found pepperoni a couple of weeks ago and that's helped with my pizza craving. Found 0 carb chocolate bars which help with the chocolate craving. I did the sugar free jello cups for a while with reddi whip topping......
     
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    WW is actually the only diet that worked really well for me. I lost 15 lbs in 6 weeks, and that was during the holidays (I signed up right before Thanksgiving).
     
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    my friend eileen swears by weight watchers...and i can see why.

    i'd say you be right. all that math involved in it is just too much, tho. trade this for that, etc. too much. how many points for this and that is just another another world...

    but hey, you and she mathmajors. keeping track of all that should be no problemo...
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    You know it.:xyzthumbs
     
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    I hate to hear that you're getting bored with Atkins. We have found that there are so many choices out there. One of our favorites is low carb burritos. I found the low carb wraps at our health food supermarket. I also buy sugar free ice cream (Blue Bunny) and yougart (Blue Bunny) ~ Wal-Mart Super Center in Statesville carries these. And like Coops mentioned ~ the chocolate bars. Sugar free pudding, jello, lots of fish and veggies...ummm. Low carb bread for 'mater sammiches or banana sammiches. So far, I've been fairly well satisfied with it all.

    Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
     
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    Could be that I'm not putting enough into it. Hmmm.
     

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