How can WW (Weight Watchers) help you?


It isn’t so much a diet as a lifestyle-change program. It can help you learn how to eat healthier and get more physical activity.

You can follow the plan online on your own. You'll track your food choices and exercise, chart progress, and find recipes and workouts. There’s a coaching option if you prefer one-on-one consultations by phone, email, and text. Or you can go to in-person group meetings where you’ll weigh in.

A Consumer Reports survey found that people who went to meetings were more satisfied with the program and lost more weight than people who used only the online tools.

From: WW (Formerly Called Weight Watchers) WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on January 10, 2018
Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on January 10, 2018


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