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    Trying hard with weightwatchers

    Hi, I'm new to this forum.

    My food diary so far today .

    Breakfast: 2 weetabix 4pp with full fat milk 3pp, one tsp of honey, 2 coffees with full fat milk/ sweetners 4pp


    Lunch: Salad: carrot, tomatoes, apple 0 pp, egg 3pp, two slices brown bread 4pp, 2 coffees with full fat milk 4pp.

    Dinner: Mince 6 pp, 2 potatoes 6pp, 2 coffees with full fat milk 4 pp.

    Total 39 points. Is this toooo much food?????

    Thanks in advance

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    Diet: Weight Watchers
    Height: 5ft3in
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    Start Weight: 12st10lb
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    Have you joined online or in a meeting? What does your leader/weight tracker say? I'm not 26 at my weight but that's the lowest you can go. It also depends on whether you are male or female. If you've got more than 39 PP its fine, if not then obviously think about how to reduce but your meals look fine. An obvious switch would be to a lower fat milk but I guess you've probably considered that and whether you consider it worth it.

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    what is your daily points allowance?
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    Diet: Weight Watchers
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    Start Weight: 191.2lb
    Current Weight: 186.7lb
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    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 31.8
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    I think generally its 26 points a day but an extra 49 over the week. I find 26 too low so spread the 49 and make it 33 a day . Switching to low fat milk would be good as 1/2 pint semi skimmed is 4
    191.2 September 29th 2014
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    It really depends on your stats. When I started I was on IIRC about 28 and as I lost weight that dropped down. 26 is the minimum and the number a lot of people are on but it can be significantly higher if you've got more to loose or depending on your age and height.

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    Diet: WW propoints
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    I am on 26 but also use my weeklies to top it up to 30. It doesn't sound much but it helps and I don't very often use any other weekly points unless its a meal out somewhere. 39 pp is a generous amount for dailies I think so its a good amount of food allowed. As others have said are you sure your pp are right for weight /age etc





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