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Starting Weight watchers again

#2
Hi mum in need . Welcome to WW. These are some of the breakfasts I use

1 boiled egg (2pp)
2 slices mcCambridge wholemeal (4PP)
2 tsp flora light(1pp)....total 7pp

30g porridge .........3pp
1/2 pt skim milk ....3pp low fat milk 4pp

30g cerial (special K , cornflakes etc)3pp
1/2 pt skim milk 3pp

2 lean back rashers (grilled) 2pp
1 dry fried or poached egg...2pp
2 tbsp beans .....................2pp

you could try a smoothie with fruit and yogurt .

Cant think of any more now but the main thing is to always have a breakfast .

Just noticed you are from Ireland too . Are you going to classes or going it alone ?? . I find this site excellent to keep me focussed each day and to talk out any problems or even to have a moan !!! . Hope the week goes well for you. Breda
 
#3
Thanks Breda I am think of going back to class to try and keep me on track. Class is on a tuesday morning in Droghed. I have my eldests confirmation in April and my sister is getting married in Malta in june so would love to be at target weight by then have 3st to lose.
I weighed myself this morning and i was 14st 4lb wanted to start today to see how much i will lose by tuesday. had speical k for brekkie this morning and now having fruit
 
#4
The classes are a good support definitly . Make sure you stay for the class and get the program explained to you. If you are going to pay your 10 euro each week theres no point in weighing and running . You will always learn something new at the classes. now Ill get off my soapbox and say best of luck this week and ask any questions you want here. I weigh in on tuesday mornings too .

The confirmation and the wedding are a great incentive . Just keep imagining yourself looking gorgeous in Malta !!!!!!!. I have a good friend getting married next May so that is definitly inspiring me .
 
#5
Hiya, breda's given you some really good ideas there..:)

You could chop a piece of fruit into your cereal. I like chopped bananas and 3 almonds on weetabix that are heated in the microwave for 2 minutes with some skimmed milk. You can add them to porridge either. Almonds are really healthy but only use 3 because a pile of them will be high in points.

Chopped apple or strawberries are also really nice in cereal. I would advice sticking to wholegrain non sugary cereals (shredded wheat, all bran, bran flakes, porridge) as these will fill you up more. You could also have chopped banana on a slice of brown bread. Or scrambled egg on on slice of brown toast. Or an omlette with some vegetables in it.

You could use turkey rashers and quorn sausages in a healthy fry up too-very low in points:)

I would tend to eat porridge most days and have weetabix the odd day to vary it up and for a bit of a treat:)
 


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