New to the WW
Posted 30 April 2007 - 03:43 PM
My fiance is a great cook, and is interested in trying some new recipes..so can I go to the book store to buy the WW recipe book?
Thanks so much in advance to all of your replies and help!!!!
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Posted 30 April 2007 - 04:05 PM
I've never tried WW... so I can't help with that one sorry.
Posted 30 April 2007 - 04:08 PM
I did the free trial also, and printed more recipies from there as well. And the most important part, was figuring out how many points I need to eat. I did WW half assed for a few months and lost some weight but then got side tracked. Now I'm on my second tour of WW and doing so much better! I write EVERYTHING down! Also, we plan our dinners for the week which helps TONS.
A typical day for me includes:
grean tea 0pt
WW yogurt 1pt
Kashi bar 2pt
Sugar Free Jello 0pt
Lean Cuisine 6pt
Kiwi (or some fruit) 1pt
Some dinner from the cookbooks 8pt
1/2 cub blackberries or rapsberries .5pt
Glass of milk 2pt
fruit snacks 2pt
also don't forget your activity points. We do a walk everymorning to that is 2 extra points a day.
Sorry this is long and scattered! But I found planning meals and snacks and writing everything down was the most helpful. Made me realize that I was eating a doughnut for breakfast TOO much!
Posted 30 April 2007 - 07:11 PM
oh, lots of water is good too, someone already said that, ummm, buy lots of fruits & veggies, if you like popcorn, the kettle corn is only a couple points for a whole bag, you can eat anything as long as you count your points. Sugar free jello is a good snack and the fat free jello pudding.
Posted 30 April 2007 - 07:54 PM
You will lost weight if you follow the program, but the only way to get the toned lok everyone wants is through exercise. No way around it!
My typical day when I'm being good:
green tea (0 pts)
Weight control oatmeal (3 pts)
Reduced cal bread (1 pt for 2 slices)
Turkey breast (0 to 1 pt depending on how much I want)
Luna bar (3 pts)
Fruit/veggies - total about 2 to 5 pts depending on what and how much
Dinner - around 6 to 8 pt recipe
skinny cow bars for dessert
Posted 30 April 2007 - 07:59 PM
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