Pregnant Jessica Simpson Might Be Fired By Weight Watchers

Thu, December 6, 2012 3:29pm EST by 53 Comments 117,724 Article Views

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Dee

Posted at 3:06 PM on October 22, 2014  

Why not promote a healthy diet in preparation for pregnancy. Use it to WW’s advantage.

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Casandra

Posted at 2:02 PM on October 22, 2014  

Instead of chastising and condemning her for becoming pregnant, maybe they should use this for healthy eating during pregnancy

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Lo

Posted at 10:55 AM on October 22, 2014  

Seriously WW??? She probably has more money than you. It’s a known fact that loosing weight allows you to get pregnant quicker. Maybe you should use that as your marketing tool and reach out the heavier women trying to get pregnant as opposed to just helping them loose weight cause society deems them abnormal.

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Lo

Posted at 10:56 AM on October 22, 2014  

And she was on her honeymoon for goodness sake!!!

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mary may

Posted at 8:26 AM on October 22, 2014  

WW should b be thanking her! Now they can advertise how their program can keep both mom and baby healthy. If they were smart they’d add an “I’m pregnant!” program option. All moms want to eat and be healthy for baby. Then they can transition back to regular WW to lose the baby weight and stay healthy. Stupid WW!

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Kimberly Herd

Posted at 11:23 AM on October 22, 2014  

That is a very smart approach to the matter I think they need you to be the head of marketing because the person they have now obviously isn’t living in the real world.

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angiemn3

Posted at 1:51 PM on October 22, 2014  

Bravo! Great idea!

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Christy

Posted at 11:45 AM on October 18, 2014  

She is a young woman and should not be held to any contract that would keep her from being a mother. Weight Watchers should just accept she is having a baby, welcome the baby and give full congratulations. No she can not do Weight Watchers while pregnant but she can come back and do it again. To force a person to loose X weight in X time is also unhealthy. If this is what they are demanding that is wrong too. Weight loss is a personal journey and the meetings are a matter of support for that journey. To enforce a weight loss is wrong. No person going is forced to loose the weight. Congratulate those that do and give support for the people that have rough weeks. That is what it is about. Celebrities are people to. Don’t make them be forced into a journey any more then your customers.

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Marsee

Posted at 11:09 AM on October 18, 2014  

So what…they should work with Jessica, saying her husband thinks she`s so hot she keeps getting pregnant! Every woman wants more sex. Great way of promoting this.. LOL

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usmaels

Posted at 11:06 AM on October 18, 2014  

If they fire her for ”that”..it would be her dream come true. She will make far more money off the following lawsuit she ”will” win.

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Jean Johns

Posted at 12:48 PM on October 15, 2014  

I had believed in Weight Watchers for more than 20 years, – the most safe, sane way to “diet” – until the company was purchased by HENIZE CORP (the ketchuppeole) and it all became about selling things – foods, treats, plastic cooking stuff, utensils – the leaders with real weight loss stories disappeared, replaced by glamgirls with their grueling “i struggled to lose 5 lbs” stories…. i learned alot about nutrition in the 80’s and 90’s with WW and am thankful for that – but NO THANK YOU TO CORPORATE WEIGHT WATCHERS that exists today – their only goal and concern, is earning money.

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kathy sieg

Posted at 11:14 AM on October 15, 2014  

After joining WW twice and losing a combination of 85 lbs. and being eventually disappointed in the program, this doesn’t surprise me a bit.

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Debbie

Posted at 10:58 AM on October 15, 2014  

Weight Watcher’s is not an unsafe program. Pregnant women should ONLY follow the dietary instructions of their doctor and for that reason Weight Watchers does not advise pregnant women to lose weight.

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Jeannette Reese Balthaser

Posted at 10:51 AM on October 15, 2014  

So, WW are you saying your plan is unsafe for an expectant Mom???? Yep, you better be careful on this one! You may put a lot more in jeopardy than her!

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