Thinking about joining WW!
Well, I actually joined a couple of months ago but then the class I joined stopped 2 weeks later and I gave up. To be honest it wasn't really a class anyway, it was more of a weighing session! I lost a lot of weight 2 years ago on the Cambridge Diet but as expected I put it all back on again and then some. I tried Cambridge again but I don't have the will power to get through the first few days of utter starvation! Anyway, I will stop rambling I'm hoping to join another class which is in my local town but I don't really understand the PP system, will there be lots of weighing foods and checking portion sizes? I eat with my hubbie so we'll be making food for 2 and splitting it down the middle (well if he's dishing it out otherwise I'll get a little extra ) I've heard so many good things about WW but I'm a little apprehensive. Also what does everyone eat for lunch? I'm in an office with no microwave so I tend to rely on sandwiches as I'm really not a salad eater!
There is actually a new plan in weight watchers now called simple start, it might suit you, you get a list of foods to choose from and you dont have to weigh them! Then you have extra points for your treats its not for everyone but I love it!
Yes I got the book about Simple Start but I never really got started on it! The 'class' I attended was actually a quick weighing session so when I joined I was handed a book about Simple Start which did seem very simple! though being able to eat as much shredded wheat as you like seems dangerous to me I don't think I could do Simple Start all the time, I tried some of the dishes but I really struggled to make anything more creative than pasta in tomato and veg sause :s I was just windering what PP was like? Are there a list of free foods on that? Sorry, these are very open questions, I should really just go to a class and ask a consultant! I just have the fear of getting on the scales being horrified then not thinking I'll be able to follow the diet to lose weight
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