Would you like to lose a decent amount of weight within three months? Are you going away on holiday and need to look your best in the new swimwear you have bought?
Well, why not try the Weight Watchers Diet using pro points.
Apparently, Weight Watchers have now changed to a new plan, which is using Smart Points, but I am going to try their new way next time. For now, I want to talk about the diet food I have set up for myself from their pro points plan and their own foods.
I have worked out a plan using the Weight Watchers diet pro points. At present, I am allowed 29 pro points per day and 49 pro points to use as an extra treat over the weekend. I have been on this diet for three days and so far I have lost 2 pounds. I know it isn't a lot, but I am hoping by the end of the week it will be more.
Here is what I have been eating:
1 banana 0 propoint (all fruit is free of points)
1 weight watchers strawberry yogurt 1 propoint Total: 1 pro point
or 1 wholemeal toast is 2 pro points (weight watchers bread toasted is 1 pro point)
Or just have fruit for breakfast consisting of 1 banana, a handful of grapes, tangerine all 0 pro points
1 boiled or poached egg 2 pro points
Weight Watchers tomato soup 2 pro points (or chicken soup 2 pro points and 1 slice of weight watchers bread 1 pro point (or have 1 slice of brown wholemeal bread 2 pro points)
Tea or coffee using sweetener is 0 but a bit of skimmed milk a table spoon full is 1 pro point. Half a pint of semi skimmed milk throughout the day is calculated at 4 pro points)
Snack: Grapes or an apple is 0 pro points
1 Haddock fillet 2 pro points
Peas 0 pro points (all vegetables are free of pro points)
Tomatoes and lettuce 0 pro points (all salads are free of pro points)
or have a weight watchers meal with salad such as
Chicken Hot Pot 6 pro points
Here is a list of foods in pro points:
Diet fizzy drinks
Low calorie tonic water
Sugar free fruit squash
Ginger, fresh or ground
All herbs and spices – fresh or dried
Low fat cooking spray
Thai fish sauce
Fat or oil free salad dressing
Thanks for reading
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