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    Diet: Calorie Counting
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    Points question

    In order to keep weight loss steady, how often do you reduce your points and by how much?

    For example, is it reduced by 1-2 pts for every stone you lose? Or do you reduce the number of points depending on how close to your goal wait you are? Like, if you have 39 pts and you're 80lb from goal weight, do you divide 80 by 10 to knock a point off every time you lose 8lb?

    I know it's usually calculated at meetings but since I'm not going to them, it would be good to know how often I should lower my points to keep the weight coming off.

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    Diet: Weight Watchers
    Height: 5ft5in
    Start Date: 17.02.14
    Start Weight: 19st4.5lb
    Current Weight: 17st11.0lb
    Goal Weight: 12st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 45
    Current BMI: 41.4
    Goal BMI: 28


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1st7.5lb
    Weight to Lose: 5st11lb
    % Lost 7.95%
    The app I use does it for me so I can't help sorry, but sure someone will be along with the info. If not, if you have an iPhone or smart phone the ultimate value diary app is fab

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    Oh, I think I have that app. I'll use it to check when I need to drop my points. Thanks

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    My app does it for me as well when I update my weight it will tell me if my points have gone down and to what xx





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