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Are these books enough to get me started?

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OhFuds Sun 14-May-17 14:27:00

I did WW before and lost 2st, I'm planning on doing it again but I plan on doing it myself and saving the money.

Are these books enough to get me started? and are they worth £19.99?

BG2015 Sun 14-May-17 16:56:08

They are the old points tracking system. They will work if you follow them. I know lots of people call them Vintage Weight watchers

It's Smart Points now. I managed to join online for £36 for 3 months as I found a code, it's usually about £60+ . You can track what you're eating via the app and get loads of support via the online community.

OhFuds Sun 14-May-17 18:25:01

Thankyou, I took a look on WW website and ended up joining online. I took the 3 month subscription and at least I have the app to track my points.

BG2015 Sun 14-May-17 19:30:16

OhFuds - that's great, did you use a code to get it cheaper. I decided I didn't mind spending £12 a month, cheaper than a whole new wardrobe.

I've lost 2.8lb in 2 weeks. I only have a stone to lose so I know it's going to be slow for me.

Good luck

BG2015 Sun 14-May-17 19:32:01

There's an online Facebook group too, it's a bit better than the Connect one on WW - although I do like Connect.

It's called Weight Watchers Smart Point UK on Facebook

OhFuds Sun 14-May-17 21:03:57

I didn't use a code, there was already a discount if you signed up for 3 months which I thought was good value.

I've requested a few groups, I just need to get my head around the points system.

Well done on your loss! My aim is 2st.

sez49 Mon 15-May-17 19:30:39

There's also a No Count group on FB. Whilst it is mostly No Count based, I am using some of the ideas on there and just pointing them. Weight Watchers - No Count Friends.

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