Just to add, it is still supported by SW as a current plan - the consultants can recommend it if you hit a bit of a plateau, or are trying to boost your losses. They have leaflets which they ususally give out fairly sparingly.Success express is an old plan which is now very similar to EE. You can have 2 of each HE's a day, but each meal needs to consist of 2/3 superfree food and 1/3 free food, and your snacks can only be syns, HE's or superfree (no free food snacks). It was always touted by SW at giving you faster losses, as the 2/3 superfree was limiting your calorie intake.
Fast Forwards is a plan given out by consultants if someone is really struggling with their weight loss. I've not done it myself, but from what I understand, it's very hard, not very fun, but very effective at getting things going again. I think your consultant works out how many points you're allowed, and then you have a list of food and meas you can use it on, but once they're gone that's it - Very different to the normal SW plans, and only ever used as a 'last resort' option.
I've done success express before and it works well!
I had a lot of mashed swede on my SE week. I enjoyed SE at first but was a bit sick of eating so much veg by the end - was worth it when I got on the scales though!I got pretty bored of eating butternut squash after a while (the nearest superfree thing to potato)
Really Jaylou?!?! God I hope not, I'm killing myself with FF this week, if it all comes back on I will cry. That wasn't told to me by my C... *stressssss*FF would be tailored to you by a consultant and I am another who has never done it. You lose a lot of weight but then ususally put some back on the next week!!!