Weight Watchers Diet
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Weight Watchers Diet:
Assist dieters in their weight-loss goals by forming helpful habits, eating smarter, exercising more, and providing a support network. Calories are ingested based on a calorie-point plan.
All foods are allowed depending on how many calories the dieter's point plan allows.
Weight Watchers was founded by Jean Nidetch in 1970 with her book, The Memoir of a Successful Loser The Story of Weight Watchers. The original plan included in that book was supplanted with handbooks in 1972-73 for women interested in the diet. By 1989 the original plan changed to an exchange-based diet, and in 1997 the first points-based program was introduced. During these years, H.J. Heinz Company owned Weight Watchers. But Weight Watchers was aquired in 199 by Artal Luxembourg and went public in 2001.
The diet is based on creating approximately a 1,000 calorie/day deficit for dieters and budgets how many calories per day should be eaten via "points". Subscribers are assigned a daily point target to consume each day, plus another set of points they may consume throughout the week.
Members of Weight Watchers may attend meetings to weigh-in, network with a support group, and analyze their program's effectiveness. For those who don't wish to attend in person, online plans are available.
Physical activity is encouraged, and members main earn additional points for their menus depending on the level of activity engaged in.
DISCLAIMER: For all dietary recommendations, consult your primary physician
to determine what is best for your
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