Hi, I do weight watchers and am very happy with it. I'm just wondering what I'm supposed to do once I reach my goal weight. Do I continue to eat 20 points a day? Once I get to my goal I don't want to lose anymore obviously so how many points should I have to maintain my weight? I would ask at WW but I don't actually go, I just have the book and everything and do it on my own.
Thanks in advance.
Thats the one where you can eat as much as you want from the list right? I looked into that but I don't really have the ability to stop when I'm full. I need the points to let me know exactly what/how much I can eat.
but I 'm pretty sure its a plan that it don't matter how much you eat? but what you eat, and still lose.
mostly veggies I think? but I'm not forsure?
not having a two way street here...because I do count my calories>
the ''WW'' points plan to me is hard because it's a lot like counting calories, and you will be hungry After you use your points....for some thats the way it is anyway! ..maybe not for you.?
so the reason I count calories it gives me an idea as to what and how much to eat..it's not points it's calories....to me the ''WW'' POINT SYSTEM IS CONFUSEING, BECAUSE WHEN YOUR HUNGRY YOU WILL WONDER WHY YOU ARE AFTER YOU HAVE USED UP YOUR POINTS FOR THAT DAY.
THATS THE WAY IT WAS FOR ME ABOUT A YEAR AGO ANYWAY.
I'm not knocking ''WW they are a good organization.
just like some of the fad diets out there''nutri-system..jenny craig you can eat there prepared foods but,you will be hungry later on in the evening or at night/expensive too....thats no fun.
The only time i was hungry after using up my points for the day was when I ate something "bad" that was a lot of points for a small portion. And there are tons of "0" point items in WW so you can keep on eating...as long as you eat them. Not the case if you're counting calories. On the caloric based diet, everything has calories and you can reach the point where you can't eat anything more. Not even lettuce. However, on WW, you can eat lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc in unlimited supply as they are zero points. Either way, you're counting something - points or calories.