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Weight Watchers Diet Plan For Easy Weight-Loss

Weight Watchers Diet Plan For Easy Weight-Loss

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“Wait–Weight Watchers Diet Plan? What’s this now??”

Let us give you an idea:

1. This diet-plan encourages weight-loss practices by making healthy food and first lifestyle choices.

2. It was first founded in 1963 by a girl named Jean Nidetch back at her home in New York.

3. It is one of the most widely used commercial diets in the world, with more than 4-million subscribers as of July 2018.

4. Many celebrities follow this diet program to keep a strong and stable weight-loss diet plan.

5. Weight Watchers in 2015 launched a smart point system, which assigned different point values different foods based on their protein, fat, calorie and sugar content.

6. Based on their characteristics, each dieter gets daily points; healthier food has lower marks than the unhealthier ones like candy, chips and soda.

7. In 2017, Weight Watchers revamped the smart point program to make it more user-friendly. The new system is called WW freestyle.

8. WW freestyle includes 200 foods, beginning with zero points, which ultimately help users practice freedom over their meal and snack plans.

9. Zero food points include eggs, skinless chicken, fish, beans, tofu and non-fat plain yoghurt, among many other high-protein, low-calorie foods.

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10. Dieters who join online (24/7 online support) can choose several programs with varying levels of access to an online database of thousands of food recipes and even a personal coach!

11. Unlike many, weight watchers expect to lose 0.5 to 2 pounds per week with a habit of eating lean protein, non-starchy vegetables, healthy carbs and healthy fats.

12. Sugar-drinks, potato chips, processed meats, candy, cakes and cookies are not allowed.

13. However, weight watchers make it clear that no food is off-limit until and unless dieters are within their designated smart points.

Like what better than such a customizable yet controlled diet plan for losing weight? *mind-blown*


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