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6pm - 6pm what do you think?

andi

Bye bye bellies!!!
#1
I had a quick nosey on the WW boards and I came across some ww'ers following a 6pm to 6pm system. I might be wrong but I think they start their daily allowance at 6pm. So I would be starting a new day in an hour or so. I would like to try this as I am a "night muncher" but I am worried that I will eat like mad and have 3 points for breakfast and lunch the next day :rolleyes:

Im just back on track after a dodgey weekend and I desperately want a good loss next Tuesday.

What do you think - try it or keep at it the old fashioned way?

Ax
 
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KD

Gone fishing
#6
I've often done 6-6 or 7-7 with various diets.

I found that I ate less in the evening (my 'bad' time) when I did it this way as I was scared I wouldn't have enough points/cals/syns/grub left for the next day.

It's just finding the way that suits you. Trying it for a while would be a good idea, as you say.
 

andi

Bye bye bellies!!!
#7
I've often done 6-6 or 7-7 with various diets.

I found that I ate less in the evening (my 'bad' time) when I did it this way as I was scared I wouldn't have enough points/cals/syns/grub left for the next day.

It's just finding the way that suits you. Trying it for a while would be a good idea, as you say.

Thanks Karion. I will give it a go. Most days I can happily survive on 11 or so points until 6pm and that gives me 15 points for dinner and snacks. I think that it is probably best to leave it until Tuesday in case I fall off the wagon.

Ax
 
#8
I hadnt thought of doing it that way. I always like to end my day when I go to bed lol But in saying that I do a variation of it when Im on nights. I still run my day from when I get up til I go to bed, albeit getting up is 1600 and bed is 0800 the next day.

Id give it a go, we'll all be waiting with bated breath to hear how you get on :)
 


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