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Weight Watchers Is Changing a LOT in 2019—Here's How

Weight Watchers Is Changing a LOT in 2019—Here's How

First off, it’ll go by WW instead of Weight Watchers.

You may recall that last September Weight Watchers revealed a brand new name and slogan. The 55-year-old global wellness and weight loss company will now go by the much trimmer "WW."

But they’re not just stopping with a company rebranding. WW is also rolling out several new digital features to encourage their members to embrace health beyond a diet. And as an on-and-off WW member, I’m pretty darn excited.

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WW is partnering with audio fitness app Aaptiv to provide members with on-demand digital workouts. When members sign up for WW Freestyle, they’ll gain access to Aaptiv’s personal trainers and be able to sync their workouts with Fitpoints.

Fitpoints—points assigned by WW for specific activities—are also changing. Once a one-size-fits-all number, Fitpoints (and your weekly Fitpoints goal) are now more tailored to each person. In the past, for example, a 60-minute, moderate-intensity spin class was worth 8 Fitpoints for everyone, but now it could be worth more or less, depending on your height, weight, gender, and intensity of the workout. Members also have the (optional) opportunity to exchange Fitpoints for extra food points during the week.

This is also exciting: For doing basic things like logging your meals and working out, you could win “WellnessWins prizes” such as clothing, fitness gear, or even a month-long subscription to Rent the Runway. As someone who struggles to stay motivated and often forgets to log meals, this is a game changer. Especially because I don’t attend WW workshops, I could see these prizes becoming a way to stay incentivized to perform and track my habits.

"Our new partnerships and digital innovations will revolutionize the way people experience WW Freestyle, allowing for a more personalized, holistic wellness ecosystem," said Mindy Grossman, president and chief executive officer at WW, in a press release. "The products, experiences, and programs we continue to provide help people build healthy behaviors that fit into their lives and advance our goal of making wellness accessible to all."

Wellness seems to be one theme WW is definitely embracing, and they’re also choosing to place importance on their members’ mental health, too. WW has partnered with Headspace, a meditation and mindfulness app, to curate specific content for the WW members. Their goal? To help members maintain a positive mindset, which can be important during a (sometimes overwhelming) weight loss journey.

You can also get motivation from WW’s new “Connect Groups,” where you can find members with similar interests. You can select groups based on food, age, your wellness journey, activity, mindset, or hobbies. So whether you’re a 60-year-old vegan woman who gardens, or a 20-something who loves to hike and travel, you can find like-minded people who are doing WW, too. Pretty cool, right?

"We are putting our decades of behavior change expertise to work, giving members access to resources and tools that will help them develop healthy habits for real life," said Chief Scientific Officer, Gary Foster, PhD. "These new enhancements to our app will help inspire people to eat healthier, move more, develop a helpful mindset to ultimately, help them live healthier, happier lives."


'How Much Weight Loss' Calculator

The 'How Much Weight Loss' Calculator can help determine how much weight you can lose on popular diets and specific calorie plans.

For example, how much weight could you lose if you followed a 1,200 calorie (women) or 1,800 calorie (men) diet plan for two weeks, a month or six weeks? Or perhaps you are wondering how long it would take to lose 30 lbs on a liquid diet, Atkins or Weight Watchers.

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How Much Weight Can I Safely Lose Each Week?

So you want to lose weight, but you don’t want to follow any extreme or fad diet program. Good for you! The Center for Disease ControlTrusted Source (CDC) recommends that people who are looking to lose weight aim to lose between 1–2 pounds per week for safe, healthy weight loss. This not only helps you avoid unhealthy means of weight loss, but is much more likely to correlate with long-term weight loss. (1, 2)

The Best Way to Lose Weight

You’ve heard this before, but that doesn't make it any less true eating a healthy, natural food diet and getting moderate exercise almost every day is the best way to lose weight.

First, Cut Back on Starchy Foods and Sugar

Starchy foods and sugar are foods that stimulate the pancreas to release lots of insulin, which is a fat storing hormone. When insulin levels are lower, it is not at all unusual for people to lose as much as 10 pounds in one week, simply by cutting back on carbohydrates.

Don’t Forget Protein

If you don’t want to end up looking emaciated and flabby then you must eat at least some protein. Protein will not only help to keep your muscles smooth and working well, protein is what keeps you from feeling hungry. If you don’t believe it, try a little experiment. Next time you are hungry, try eating a chicken breast and see how long before you are hungry again.

Eat More Vegetables

Yes, this might sound like your grandma’s advice, but no one ever got fat eating nothing but vegetables. These natural foods from nature are a vital part of healthy eating and give your body many of the nutrients it needs, including fiber, vitamins A, E, and C, potassium, folic acid, magnesium, and calcium. You can eat platefuls of steamed broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, and cauliflower and STILL lose weight!

Vegetables are super low in calories because most of them are 70 to 90 percent water. A terrific example is cabbage. You could eat an entire 2-pound head of cabbage and only set yourself back 200 calories.


Everything I Ate on Weight Watchers Freestyle to Lose Almost 10 Lbs. in 2 Weeks

Breakfast : (3) Sunny Side Up Eggs – Fried in Pam (0B, 6G, 0P), (2) Flora Italian Toasts (2B, 2G, 2P Points)

Snack : Large Melon Fruit Salad (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch : 1 Serving of Black Bean and Corn Salad (0B, 7G, 0P), 1 Can of Tuna mixed with celery, onion and mustard (0B, 1G, 0P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea* made with 1 cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : 8 oz Roast Turkey Breast (Skin Removed) (0B, 4G, 0P), 1/2 Cup of Green Peas (0B, 2G, 0P), Mashed Cauliflower with 1/2 Cup of Kraft Fat Free Shredded Cheddar Cheese and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spray (1B, 1G, 1P)

Snack : 34 Pieces of Baked Cheetos (4B, 4G, 4P)

Breakfast : Update: I have a brand new, fantastically versatile flourless breakfast muffin recipe here . These muffins are so simple to whip up and each muffin has 13 Lily’s Baking Chips in it for 0 Points or feel free to add in your favorite fruit! Even better – this new recipe is just 1 Point on the Blue Plan, 2 on the Green Plan and 0 on the Purple Plan. Fruit Salad (0B, 0G, 0P)

Snack : Banana Sprinkled with Cinnamon, Grapes (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch : 1 Serving of Black Bean and Corn Salad , (0B, 7G, 0P) 2 slices of Nature’s Harvest Lite (2B, 2G, 2P) + 2 ounces of OvenGold Turkey Breast (0B, 1G, 0P)

Dinner : 8 oz of Large Shrimp over Cauliflower Rice (0P, 2G, 0P), 1/2 Cup of Peas (0B, 2G, 0P), Massive Green Salad w/ Olive Garden Light Dressing* (2B, 2G, 2P)

Snack: 2 Sugar Free Strawberry Jello Cups with 2 ounces of Fat Free Cool Whip (4B, 4G, 4P)

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Breakfast : [Same as Tuesday] (1B, 2G, 0P)

Snack : Sugar Free Jello Gelatin Cup, Sliced Pineapple (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch : Massive Green Salad w/4 ounces of Canned Tuna (0B, 1G, 0P), 1.5 Tablespoons of Ken’s Balsamic w/Honey Dressing (3B, 3G, 3P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea* with 1 Cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : Skillet “Fried” Ground Turkey Breast (8 oz) with Sliced Onions and Mushrooms w/Soy Sauce (0B, 4G, 0P), Corn on Cob (0B, 3G, 0P), Cubed Cucumber Salad w/6 Small Black Olives and 2 Tablespoons of Balsamic Glaze (2B, 2G, 2P)

Snack : 1 Slice of 1 Point Pumpkin Pie (1B, 1G, 1P)

Breakfast : Muffin from Tuesday’s Breakfast (1B, 2G, 0P), Fruit Cup (1B, 0G, 0P)

Snack : 2 Hard Boiled Eggs, Fresh Pineapple (0B, 4G, 0P)

Lunch: (2) Egg Salad Sandwiches (made with 2 Tablespoons of Fat Free Greek yogurt, Mustard & Dill Relish) (0B, 4G, 0P) on (2) Joseph’s Oat Bran and Whole Wheat Pitas (2B, 2G, 2P) and Lettuce, Tomato

Snack : Melon Fruit Salad (0B, 0G, 0P)

Dinner : 6 oz Grilled Chicken Breast (Boneless & Skinless) (0B, 4G, 0P), Grilled Vegetables: Zucchini, Bell Peppers, Jalapeno, Onion, Mushrooms & Eggplant (0B, 0G, 0P), Baked Potato with 2 Tablespoons of Nonfat Greek Yogurt (6B, 6G, 6P)

Snack : 2 Sugar Free Strawberry Jello Cups with 2 ounces of Fat Free Cool Whip (4B, 4G, 4P)

Breakfast : Personal Pan of Banana Bread, Fruit Cup (2B, 2P)

Snack : (2) Diet Jello w/2 tablespoons of Fat Free Reddi-Wip (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: (3) Hard Boiled Eggs (0B, 6G, 0P) mixed with ¼ cup Rondele Lite Spreadable Cheese on 4 Flora Italian Toasts (8B, 8G, 8P)

Snack : Fruit Cup (0B, 0G, 0P)

Dinner : Huge (4) Italian Turkey (Breast) Meatballs (Made with 8 oz Ground Turkey Breast) in Tomato Puree over Cauliflower Rice (0B, 3G, 0P)

Snack : 1 Slice of 1 Point Pumpkin Pie (1B, 1G, 1P)

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Breakfast : 1 cup Special K Red Berries Cereal w/1 cup of Skim Milk (7B, 7G, 7P)

Snack : Fresh Pineapple and Watermelon (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: Leftover Turkey Meatballs Over Cauliflower Rice (0B, 3G, 0P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea w/1 cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : 8 oz of Ground Turkey Breast mixed with Taco Seasoning, Onions, Mushrooms, Jalapenos (0B, 3G, 0P) with 1/4 Cup of Kraft Fat Free Shredded Cheddar Cheese & Salsa Verde (0B, 0G, 0P) wrapped in 2 100% Whole Wheat Flatout Bread Wraps (4B, 4G, 4P)

Snack : 1 Slice of 1 Point Pumpkin Pie (1B, 1G, 1P)

Breakfast : 3 Egg Omelette Mixed with Onion, Peppers, Tomato and Jalapeno with 1/4 Cup of Kraft Shredded Cheddar Fat Free Cheese (0B, 6G, 0P)

Snack : (2) Diet Jello w/2 tablespoons of Fat Free Reddi-Wip (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: (2) StarKist Buffalo Tuna Packets spread on 4 Flora Italian Toasts (4B, 4G, 4P)

Snack : Fruit Cup (0B, 0G, 0P)

Dinner : 2 Split Chicken Breasts (skin removed) (About 7 ounces of chicken breast meat) (0B, 4G, 0P), Corn on Cob (0B, 3G, 0P) or Mixed Vegetables (0B, 0G, 0P), Baked Potato with 2 Tablespoons of Nonfat Greek Yogurt (6B, 6G, 6P)

Snack : 2 Sugar Free Strawberry Jello Cups with 2 ounces of Fat Free Cool Whip (4B, 4G, 4P)

My Second Week on Weight Watchers Freestyle

Breakfast : (3) Sunny Side Up Eggs – Fried in Pam (0B, 6G, 0P), (2) Flora Italian Toasts (2B, 2G, 2P Points)

Snack : Fresh Pineapple Chunks (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch : 6 oz of Canned Tuna mixed with Celery, Onion (0B, 1G, 0P) with 2 Tablespoons of Hellmann’s Light Mayonnaise and Mustard (2B. 2G. 2P)

Snack : 0 Point Creamy Dreamy Hummus (1/4 Cup Serving) with Celery and Carrot sticks (0B, 2G, 0P)

Dinner : Slow Cooker Italian Meat Gravy (1 Cup Serving of Italian Meat Gravy) over Zucchini Noodles (0B, 2G, 0P), Huge Green Salad with 2 Ounces of 50% Lite Cabot Cheese (4B, 4G, 4P), 1/8 Cup of Glazed Pecans (3B, 3G, 3P), Apples and 4 Tablespoons of Light Olive Garden Dressing (2B, 2G, 2P)

Snack :2 cups of Creamy Vanilla Cheesecake Fruit Salad (recipe her e ) (4B, 4G, 4P)

Breakfast : Loaded Baked Omelet Muffins , Fruit Cup (2B, 4G, 2P)

Snack : Banana (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch : Creamy Chicken Bacon Soup (3B, 3G, 3P), 3 oz of Ovengold Turkey Roll Ups (1B, 1G, 1P)

Snack : Quest Bar (4B, 4G, 4P)

Dinner : Sweet n Sour Hot Dog Stir Fry (Using (3) Hebrew National 97% Fat Free Franks) (3B, 3G, 3P) over Cauliflower Rice, Massive Green Salad with 4 Tablespoons of Olive Garden Light Dressing (2B, 2G, 2P)

Snack: 2 Sugar Free Strawberry Jello Cups with 2 ounces of Fat Free Cool Whip (4B, 4G, 4P)

Breakfast : Personal Pan of Banana Bread, Fruit Cup (2B, 2P)

Snack : 3 Hard Boiled Eggs (0B, 6G, 0P)

Lunch : Same as yesterday: Creamy Chicken Bacon Soup (3B, 3G, 3P), 3 oz of Ovengold Turkey Roll Ups (0B, 1G, 0P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea with 1 Cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : 2 Ingredient Dough Recipe (Making Empanadas with Fat Free Refried Beans, Tabasco Sauce, 1/4 Cup of Kraft Fat Free Shredded Cheddar Cheese) (6B, 6G, 6P), Corn on Cob (0B, 3G, 0P)

Snack :2 cups of Creamy Vanilla Cheesecake Fruit Salad (recipe her e ) (4B, 4G, 4P)

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Breakfast : (3) Sunny Side Up Eggs – Fried in Pam (0B, 6G, 0P), (2) Flora Italian Toasts (2B, 2G, 2P Points)

Snack : Apple with 3 Teaspoons of Peanut Butter (3B, 3G, 3P)

Lunch: (2) Egg Salad Sandwiches (Made with 2 Tablespoons of Hellmann’s Light Mayonnaise + Dill Relish) (2B, 6G, 2P) on 2 Joseph’s Heart Friendly Pitas (3B, 3G, 3P)

Snack : Fruit Salad (0B, 0G, 0P)

Dinner : 8 oz Turkey Breast Hamburgers oven baked (0B, 4G, 0P), (2) Corn on Cobs (0B, 7G, 0P), Cup of Unsweetened Applesauce with Cinnamon Sugar (Made with Swerve) (0B, 0G, 0P)

Snack : 2 Nature Valley Oat & Honey Granola Biscuits (7B, 7G, 7P)

Breakfast : 1 cup Special K Red Berries Cereal w/1 cup of Skim Milk (7B, 7G, 7P)

Snack : (2) Bananas (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: ¼ cup Rondele Lite Spreadable Cheese on 4 Flora Italian Toasts (8B, 8G, 8P), 3 oz of Ovengold Turkey Breast Rollups (0B, 1G, 0P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea w/1 cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : Chicken Breast (6 oz) (0B, 4G, 0P) Salad with Apples, Green Onion and 1/8 Cup of Reduced Sugar Cranberries (2B, 2G, 2P) with 2 Tablespoons of Light Mayonnaise Mixed with 2 Tablespoons of Greek Fat Free Plain Yogurt (2B, 2G, 2P)

Snack : Banana “Ice Cream” with 2 Tablespoons of Jimmies (3B, 3G, 3P)

Breakfast : Loaded Baked Omelet Muffins , Fruit Cup (2B, 4G, 2P)

Snack : Watermelon (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: Leftover Chicken Salad from Dinner (4B, 8G, 4P)

Snack : Sugar Free Chai Tea w/1 cup of Skim Milk (3B, 3G, 3P)

Dinner : Quart of Wonton Soup (7B, 7G, 7P), Broccoli with Garlic Sauce over Cauliflower Rice (3B, 3G, 3P)

Snack : Banana “Ice Cream” with 2 Tablespoons of Jimmies (3B, 3G, 3P)

Breakfast : Egg Frittata with Spinach, Peppers, Onions & 1/4 Cup of Kraft Fat Free Cheddar Cheese (0B, 4G, 0P)

Snack : (2) Diet Jello w/2 tablespoons of Fat Free Reddi-Whip (0B, 0G, 0P)

Lunch: (2) StarKist Tuna Packets spread on 4 Flora Italian Toasts (4B, 4G, 4P), Mango (0 Points)

Snack : Watermelon & Banana (0B, 0G, 0P)

Dinner : 8 Ounce Chicken Cutlet (Pan Fried using Pam) (0B, 4G, 0P), Corn on Cob (0B, 2G, 0P), Unsweetened Applesauce (0B, 0G, 0P)

Snack : (3) Sourdough Hard Pretzels with Dijon Mustard (8B, 8G, 8P)

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I hope this inspires you to plan ahead for successful weight loss. If there are meals on the menus above that you aren’t fond of, I have almost 100 Weight Watchers Freestyle Weekly Meal Plans available with hundreds of Weight Watchers recipes to keep your taste buds happy. Enjoy!


The #1 Reason You're Not Losing Weight On Weight Watchers Freestyle

Did you join the Weight Watchers Freestyle program gleefully, believing that the list of 200 zero-point smart foods meant an end to your hunger? An end to the boredom of eating the same old things over and over?

I know I did. I must admit, I was so excited by that list of zero-point foods that I was drooling! I have had major success with this program, but this certainly isn’t true for everyone.

First, let’s admit that we are all different. What works for one person won’t work for someone else.

By the way, speaking of what works, have you read my hack for how I added one little thing to the Freestyle program? Check it out here and find out how I lost 30 pounds in a snap!

So why does the Freestyle program work so well for some people but not others? I have figured it out and let me tell you, it isn’t that endless plate of broccoli.

The Zero Point Food List

If you look over the zero-point food list, there is no denying that it is filled with healthy, wholesome foods. OK, nothing wrong with that.

In fact, the whole idea behind the zero-point food list is to get you eating more of the healthy, whole foods that should be the foundation of any good eating plan.

Weight Watchers states that most people will only eat limited amounts of these foods, even if they are offered unlimited amounts.

If you think about it, this is true for most of us. You can be too full to eat even one more bite of that green bean casserole, but if someone plunks down a carton of ice cream? Why is there always room for ice cream but not vegetables?

I believe the main reason why some people fail at the Freestyle program comes down to one little thing.

Let me tell you what that is:

Zero Point Foods DO NOT Equal ZERO CALORIES!

While it is true that most of us will not eat endless plates of squash, there are plenty of people who can and do eat endless bowls of chili, refried beans, scrambled eggs, and Greek yogurt.

These are all wholesome foods that are good for you, foods such as corn and beans are super high in carbohydrates, which means high in calories.

Worse yet, some of the zero-point foods are being used to make really high calorie foods. Have you seen that very popular recipe for zero-point cheesecake? Technically, it’s only 4 freestyle points for the entire cake, which I could totally eat in one sitting. Any idea about the number of calories? 800! 800 calories in that little cheesecake. Wow.

Technically this cheesecake is under 1 Freestyle Smartpoint but is almost 150 calories! The whole cake is 4 SmartPoints but 800 calories!!

Weight Watchers in the Past

If you have been a member of Weight Watchers for at least 2 years, then you are probably familiar with a lot of the tips the company dispensed. One of the most popular was “Eat all of your points every day!”

The idea behind that was that they didn’t want you to go hungry by skimping on your points so that you might binge later.

The reason I am bringing this up is that I read a great many complaints about the Freestyle program that go alone these lines:

“I’m eating a lot of the zero-point foods and I never go over my daily smart point limit, so why am I not losing weight?”

And therein lies the problem. Not only are you eating ALL your allotted smart points, but you are eating your fill of zero-point foods. In short, this means you are consuming WAY too many calories.

Yes, you are eating healthy calories to be sure, but calories are still calories.

Tips for Using the Freestyle Program

First, we want to emphasize that eating vegetables is NOT the problem. Please continue to eat as many vegetables as you want.

The easy way to use the Freestyle program is to first focus on your Smartpoints. Continue to eat your Smartpoints each day BUT when you are hungry between meals or if you don’t feel satisfied after eating, choose to eat a moderate amount (unless its vegetables) of something off the Zero Point food list.

Another tip for the Freestyle program? If you have leftover points and you aren’t hungry? DON’T USE THEM! You can actually get in all the nutrition you need with 10 points less than your allotment. You will still get your blue dot, don’t worry, but the old days of “eat all your points” is over and done with!

If you want to know exactly how many calories you are eating each day, stick to your Smart Point foods for one day, measure out the amounts you are eating, and record the number of calories at the end of the day.

Now, eat as many Zero-point foods as you like, along with your Smart Points for one day. Record exactly how much you are eating and figure out the calories.

Look at the calorie difference between the two. I promise you will be shocked.

The Bottom Line

Zero Points does not mean Zero Calories. At the end of the day, your number of calories in must be less than the number of calories you are putting out to lose weight!

Eat from the zero-point food list in moderation and watch your weight start to drop once more.


Do Weight Watchers FREE

This article is going to show how u can do weight watchers for free, but first off, lets see why weight watchers is so successful.

The 4 pillars of success Food, exercise, behavior & support

Many weight loss diets and gimmicks come and go but with more than 45 years under their belt, weight watchers is one program to stand the test of time. In the fickle world of diets and weight management, a program does not survive without some proven results. So how do they do it?

Why Does Weight Watchers Work?

To answer this question, we have to take a look at Weight Watchers belief system built upon 4 components which they call the 4 pillars.

Weight Watchers is based on the philosophy of making changes that can be incorporated into any lifestyle. Not a quick fix, but long term changes that change the way we think and feel. Changing the way we think and feel is not easy. Even when we are equipped with the knowledge, the theory is not always so easy to put into practice and this is where Weight Watchers truly excels.

Weight Watchers is Expensive

We like nearly everything about the Weightwatchers program EXCEPT the cost. The least the program will set you back at promotional rates is around $20 a month. We understand that people might say, yes you have to pay, but this is for your health.

But why pay for Weight Watchers when you can become apart of a FREE Weight Watchers with the same principles and the same support network.


WW GREEN PLAN

Before the Freestyle plan it was just the SmartPoints WW plan. The green plan sounds a lot like the SmartPoints Beyond the Scale plan.

You will have a set amount of SmartPoints each day. I have heard rumors it will be about 30 points a day. There are 100 or so zero points fruits and veggies only. These are fresh or frozen. If they are canned they have to be in water or their own juices.

A LOT of people loved the regular SmartPoints plan and I have a feeling there will be some very happy people when they find out about this option!!

I am not sure how weekly points will work but my guess is there will still be weekly points available.


4. Tina Fey Lost 30 Pounds w/ WW (Weight Watchers):

“That’s when I learned how to eat properly for the first time,” she told Women’s Health magazine in 2007. “Before, I used to be one of those people who wouldn’t eat anything all day, then eat a piece of cake at 4 p.m., McDonald’s at 10 p.m., and then go to bed.”

Although she seemed to find success with the diet, Tina Fey never served as an official spokesperson for Weight Watchers.


@MudHustler_Official

This guy! This guy right here is the man who came up with the high protein, 3sp Big Ass Waffle, and about a billion other amazing Weight Watcher friendly recipes. With slogans like “eat wicked smart” and “eat like a fat kid and still lose weight,” I knew he would end up being one of my favorite accounts. He takes his favorite comfort foods and finds ways to modify them so they fit in with his new, healthy lifestyle, and he’s kind enough to share his secrets with all of us. While his waffles are the reason I started to follow him, he has everything from donuts to bird balls. One thing I know for sure is that the Mudhuster Instagram account is a must follow for every Weight Watcher out there. He also as a website that has many of his recipes laid out for you to enjoy.

Bonus account #10: I like to think that my Instagram account is also a Weight Watchers related account that is worth following, so make sure to head over there and follow me too!

There you have it: some of my favorite Weight Watchers Instagrammers! Who are some of your favorites? Let me know in the comments below!


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