So am biting the bullet and joining WW tomorrow, advice please

(8 Posts)
jazzcat28 Mon 25-Feb-13 20:52:51

Come and join our WW thread - it's been running since January and we're all losing lots and sharing low point food ideas! Very motivational! I've lost 1st in 7 weeks and finding that you can lose weight without buying ANY branded products, just by changing your food choices.

Good luck!

linky to amazing thread

PhyllisDoris Mon 25-Feb-13 20:48:43

Using MyFitnessPal really works for me. I'm not all that enamoured of WW or SW - in my experience, they weigh you then try to flog you their food.

colleysmill Mon 25-Feb-13 20:45:06

Your GP surgery would probably know and be able to signpost you on. It was just a thought - a friend of mine has started WW this way and is hoping to carry on after her weeks are completed.

Fairygen Mon 25-Feb-13 19:52:29

Sorry, it's- I had my hypno gastric band fitted....

Fairygen Mon 25-Feb-13 19:49:44

Hi,
I've been yo-yo dieting for years, tried them all. What I have always found is that the first month or so I'm 100% committed and have great results. Then start to feel deprived, or get fed up , cooking different meals for myself or when the weight losses slow down even when I know I've stuck to it.

I've totally changed my attitude to food, with great results. Ok, it has only been nearly 3 weeks, but it's so easy!

Check out the- I've just had my hypnotic gastric band installed...thread.

I was sceptical, but it really works!
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Nicplus2 Mon 25-Feb-13 19:27:19

oh right thank you, hmm wonder how i would go about that?

interesting smile

colleysmill Mon 25-Feb-13 19:20:56

No tips as such but might be worth checking who runs your local weight loss service - in my area WW now have the contract to offer 12 weeks free on the NHS and you can self refer (granted if you meet the criteria!)

Nicplus2 Mon 25-Feb-13 19:17:00

I am going to take advantage of the last week of free joining and stop making excuses!

i did ww years ago and it was really successful for me and i got down to a happy weight this was pre kids though, i now have a 4yo dd and an 18 mo dd, am a bit worried that ill find it harder this time tring to cook for the family, am i better off eating different meals?

any motivation/tips will be much apreciated, i have some serious bad eating habits at the min and am heavier that i was after i had my girls shock

we have 2 weddings in june and i would really like to buy something nice and fell nice in it.

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