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SnowWhite26 Thu 16-Feb-17 20:43:11

Hi. So I was on WW about 4 years ago and lost 1 and half stone. I then slowly put it on. 15 months ago I had a baby and since then have been on and SW i lost about a stone and half max and am yo yoing around this. The thing is love fruit and veg but obviously love a treat to. I do zumba once a week and walk loads.I have always been a bit podgy about a size 14 and I am short so that doesn't help. I am thinkibg about joining WW but my husband rightly gets annoyed that I dont stick to it after losibg abit. Should i just eat healthy and just be a slightly over weight mum haha or re join? Anyone in same boat? x

honeyroar Sat 18-Feb-17 00:00:18

I've done ww for years on and off, sometimes did really well, sometimes less so, but I keep falling off the ww waggon over the last couple of years, wasting the money in the process. So I decided that my sweet tooth was my problem and I needed to sort it out. So this year I've been doing no sugar and processed food, combined with eating healthily, and I'm much preferring it.

SnowWhite26 Sat 18-Feb-17 07:30:58

Thanks for your reply. You must have loads of will power. I love fruit and veg but its the choc in the evening and sweet treats that I can't stop. Its not even loads. I could prob even cut my portion size down. Have you lost weight? Where do u get willpower haha smile x

honeyroar Sat 18-Feb-17 19:14:31

The sugar is addictive, but after the first week or two you get it out of your system and its not so bad. I've been eating a lot of full fat yoghurt with berries in the evenings, which surprisingly fills me up and stops the cravings, or a bowl of grapes. And the longer you do it, the better it feels.

I haven't lost as much as I might have on ww after a month, but I've lost 8lbs and a dress size, so am feeling good. And I feel like I'm eating better and not worrying about points or Syns, or even calories.

SnowWhite26 Sun 19-Feb-17 09:39:58

Wow well done!! Do you allow urself any treats and choc? Full fat yoghurt is suppose to more natural and better for u as no sweetners etc... Is that what you find x

dble8 Wed 22-Feb-17 21:55:19

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