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Weight watchers- what do you eat in a day?
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amother
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Post Thu, Oct 26 2023, 12:04 pm
Please give specifics!
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amother
Oak


 

Post Thu, Oct 26 2023, 12:18 pm
Some ideas

Breakfast
Sterns chocolate danish- 6 pts
Coffee with stevia and a drop of unsweetened almond milk - 0 points

If you’re the type who’s not hungry in the morning, eat some fruit…

A packet of unsweetened oatmeal is 2 points- you can add your own sweetener


Lunch
2 slices Royo artisan bread- 2 points
Scrambled eggs- 0 points
Sliced tomatoes- 0 points

Fat free plain Greek yogurt sweetened with brown sugar swerve, a drop of vanilla extract and a diced apple - 0 points

Sometimes Shibolim everything crackers- 12 =2 points or 7 = 1 point with fat free cottage cheese and sliced veggies

Sometimes a protein bar for 6 points
Sugar Free protein bars are less points

Dinner
Salmon with grilled veggies
Or
Smart taste high fiber pasta- 4 points with a slice of reduced fat American cheese/ 2 points
Or
Salad with Mexican turkey slices- 1 pt
Chicken breast cooked without any fat is zero points

A slice of pizza is 9 points
Rice cakes with melted cheese is a lot less points
Tuna is zero points- mix it with mustard, plain Greek yogurt and spices and it’s still zero points
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amother
Brown


 

Post Mon, Nov 27 2023, 10:26 pm
I went off weight watchers a few months ago because I couldn't stick to the new plan but I'm regretting it.
is the current plan working for you?
I want to go back on but I'm afraid it still won;t work for me. any ideas? tips?
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amother
IndianRed


 

Post Mon, Nov 27 2023, 10:33 pm
Breakfast:
3-4 egg omelette with peppers, onions, mushrooms and spinach. Sometimes add a smoothie

Snack:
Baby carrots or apple slices

Lunch: WW tuna melt (sometimes skip lunch though)

Dinner: protein like chicken or salmon, salad and some potatoes or brown rice. Depends how many points I have left.

Haven’t done it in a while but lost around 25lb during the 3-4 months I did
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amother
Apple


 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 10:16 pm
Are there any snacks that you can have a lot of throughout the day?
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amother
Brown


 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 10:21 pm
amother Apple wrote:
Are there any snacks that you can have a lot of throughout the day?


vegetables.
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amother
Apple


 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 10:33 pm
amother Brown wrote:
vegetables.


Any permissible dips?
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Eisheschayil123




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:13 pm
I have coffee with creamer in the morning.
Later I eat hard boiled eggs, corn cakes, Greek yogurt with fruit.
Lunch:
Stern's whole wheat bread and deli turkey breast and sometimes a little Pastrami sandwich.
Salmon and vegetables or vegetable salad
Leftover grilled chicken
Tuna and shibolim crackers
Eggsalad and crackers& vegetables
Snacks: watermelon, mango, banana grapes, corn cakes , drizzelicious crackers
Suppers:
Grilled chicken
Salmon
Tilapia
High fiber pasta with ground chicken and homemade tomato sauce
Lasagna
Tacos
Endless possibilities if u have points!
Shabbos
Challah
Salmon
Soup and kneidel
Potato kugel( small piece)
Veggie
Kasha
Shabbos day : same and some chulent
Usually have apple compote no sugar and some dessert small cheese muffin, cookie, kokosh, small pieces.

Currently on weight watchers almost 6 months and lost about 40lbs.
Feel free to ask me questions.
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amother
Brown


 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:15 pm
wow. eisheschayil, you're amazing. I rejoined now even though I don't love the new program but I was gaining back wait at a steady pace so I'm back.
keep it up, that's a wonderful accomplishment.
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Eisheschayil123




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:17 pm
Also fat free cottage cheese and lox are 0 point options
Popcorn and corn on the cob are yummy as well for snacks
I forgot to mention that I make soups like zucchini vegetable soup, lentil soup etc that have 0-1 point per serving and helps fill u up.
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amother
Brown


 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:20 pm
I'm corn intolerant. I wonder if they'd let me have a different grain free instead. would you know?
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Eisheschayil123




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:29 pm
Thank you brown. I've been a lifetime member since 2015 and pretty much maintained or went up a little and would catch myself and lose it again for about 6 years. Then covid hit and I gained alot of weight. I didn't go back until the summer, but I really felt out of breath walking, and overall yucky. B"h I don't find weight watchers hard. I feel much better eating healthier.
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Eisheschayil123




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Nov 28 2023, 11:35 pm
Hmm not sure. beans, peas, chick peas are 0 points. I eat sweet potato, kashe and quinoa but all have points.
There are some low point snacks u can find in the stores just use your scanner on the app. I found Ostreichers whole wheat chocolate chip cookies are 1 point per cookie.( small)
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amother
Apple


 

Post Wed, Nov 29 2023, 12:54 am
Are there any easy to make dips, to eat with vegetables, that are recommended?
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amother
Calendula


 

Post Wed, Nov 29 2023, 1:10 am
How is the new different?
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amother
Coffee


 

Post Wed, Nov 29 2023, 10:23 am
amother Apple wrote:
Are there any easy to make dips, to eat with vegetables, that are recommended?

I would love this too. technically you can eat any salad dressing but for salad I find them kind of bland.
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amother
Oak


 

Post Wed, Nov 29 2023, 10:25 am
Saladmate- light ceaser is what I use. I think a tsp is 0 points and a tbsp is 1 pt
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Eisheschayil123




 
 
    
 

Post Wed, Nov 29 2023, 10:33 am
I use light mayo and add garlic cube , Dijon mustard, salt pepper and water. It's flavorful and not so many points.
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amother
Coffee


 

Post Tue, Dec 05 2023, 2:05 pm
what's a comforting hot food to eat that's low or zero points? more like a snack that I can eat when I get home from work, cold and exhausted.
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amother
Oak


 

Post Tue, Dec 05 2023, 2:18 pm
amother Coffee wrote:
what's a comforting hot food to eat that's low or zero points? more like a snack that I can eat when I get home from work, cold and exhausted.


Oatmeal packet- 2 points each
Imagine soups- 1 point
Hot cocoa- using cocoa powder and stevia with almond milk
Tea with stevia
Rice cakes with melted cheese (reduced fat)
Hot corn with fat free cottage cheese
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