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    WW difference?

    Hi

    How is WW simple start any different from SW extra easy?

    Thanks
    Sammy

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    I recently changed over from SW after doing it since 2007 and although I loved SW and it worked for me I need something different and easier to fit in with my lifestyle now.

    WW is so much better than SW because these are all free food:

    Skimmed milk
    Crumpets
    Warbutons brown sandwich thins
    WW wraps
    WW tortillas
    WW petit pains
    WW pitta breads white or wholemeal
    WW Danish brown loaf
    Hovis wheatgerm loaf
    Mustard
    Fat free jelly
    Porridge oats
    Nestlé shredded wheat and shredded wheat bitesize
    Puffed wheat
    Wheat bran
    2 tsp of healthy oil a day (like olive oil etc).

    All these foods being free on WW make things so much easier for me as I can grab a quick sandwich or have a bowl of cereal whenever I feel like it instead of having to think about healthy extras or syns.
    Its nice to be able to drink unlimited tea and coffee too with skimmed milk being free.
    I absolutely love the plan. Its fantastic.

    If you want to know more about Simple Start & Filling & Healthy Hun I will post you a link I made for it. xxx

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    Here it is Hun hope it helps xxx

    http://www.minimins.com/weight-watch...lthy-plan.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleHippo View Post
    Here it is Hun hope it helps xxx

    http://www.minimins.com/weight-watch...lthy-plan.html

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    Thanks. I did see your another thread which was really helpful. How long have you been doing simple start and how much have you lost?
    Sammy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyzip50 View Post
    Thanks. I did see your another thread which was really helpful. How long have you been doing simple start and how much have you lost?
    I'm glad you found it helpful Hun. I've also got my food diary thread on here too.
    When I joined I wanted to lose around 14-16lbs in total.
    I did Simple Start on my first week and lost 3.5lbs, then moved onto filling & healthy and lost 1.5lbs, then 1lb, then 2.5lbs.
    I've just had 2 weeks off plan as I stayed in Cornwall with a friend but I'm back on Simple Start this week for a good boost.

    Are you thinking of joining WW then?xxx

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    Hi again,

    Seems like good results. I'm thinking about it. You might have seen my posts on other forums, basically not doing too well. I go on holiday in 3 weeks and only gaining weight rather than losing a bit before I go.

    I've tried them all and with stress eating it is all a disaster. I thought the simple start diet might be the way forward to regulate my eating and lose a bit.

    Planning to portion control and eat more veg and fruit on holiday with as much walking as possible.

    Maybe simple start and filling when I come back. It seems more appealing than SW.

    I wonder if creativity is required with meals?
    Sammy

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    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st7lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st12lb
    % Lost 5.07%
    With WW I've found I can still pretty much enjoy the SW meals that I used to make. In fact I can do more now on WW with the extra free foods.
    At the moment WW is only £10 for the first month so it's great for trial price. This is what tempted me over and now I'd never go back to SW. Enjoy your holiday then see what you feel like doing when you're back xxx
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