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Thread: Weight Watchers zero point foods

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    Weight Watchers zero point foods

    There are over 50 zero point foods on the list. If you eat these foods for a month it will be like not eating anything right? LOL

    http://www.exercise4weightloss.com/z...int-foods.html
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    I think you know better than that.
    Actually there are over 200 on their list, but zero points do not equal zero calories.
    18 bananas will still equal zero points at the end of the day, but your hips will know the truth

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    I wish, Lol! While they may not be zero calories, a pound of grilled chicken is better for your waist than a pound of sausage...
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    I've been on WW since January and I LOVE the Freestyle program and all those zero point foods! They really helps me stay satisfied throughout the day. I agree, you shouldn't abuse the system, (like, how about 15 eggs for breakfast...zero points, right? Not!) But you can add a ton of fruits and veggies. I had a veggie, tofu scramble with some melon on the side this morning that would have totaled zero points, but I added some almond cream cheese to make it creamy, so it came to a whopping 2 points. WW has been very clever with the Freestyle program. They get you to think that eating good, healthy foods is the way to go, without actually telling you to eat them. It's always better and longer lasting when people make their own decisions to make a change.

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    I have eaten nothing but the zero point foods at meal times and one snack time. I didn't eat more then a regular meal serving. I haven't lost one ounce. WW has never worked for me. The last time I joined I gained weight. I give up on WW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    I have eaten nothing but the zero point foods at meal times and one snack time. I didn't eat more then a regular meal serving. I haven't lost one ounce. WW has never worked for me. The last time I joined I gained weight. I give up on WW.
    Don't give up! Try contacting the online "HELP" and ask them what you can do differently. Also, try asking some of the fellow members on "CONNECT." They may have some good tips for you. Good luck in your weight loss journey!

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    I use to go to weight ins and I got the look of you are cheating and making the program look bad. LOL
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    onebyone - I'm so glad I'm not the only one. I could lose the weight … but I had to be SO golden that I needed a halo! And as soon as I wasn't... the weight piled right back on and brought friends. I lost weight many years again on the Quick Start Plan that used exchanges. It made sense - so much protein, so many servings of vegetables, so much fruit, etc. And if life ever settles and I get moved and over my next surgery I am going back to eating like that. When cooking for one I'm finding I need that type of regime to stay on course.
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