Weight Watchers has been named the number one diet for weight loss for the seventh year in a row. Read below to see why it works and follow these exact steps to shed pounds fast.
Weight Watchers is topping the charts in 2017, according to the Best Diets report from U.S. News & World Report, which was published on January 4.
For the seventh year in a row, Weight Watchers was named the Best Diet For Weight Loss. It also took first place as the Best Diet For Fast Weight Loss, Easiest to Follow Diet and Best Commercial Diet.
Thirty eight diets were ranked across 9 categories, including Best Diet Overall, Best Plant-Based Diet, Best Weight Loss Diet, Best Commercial Diet and more.
Celebs like Oprah, and previously Jessica Simpson and Jennifer Hudson, have praised the diet because it allows balance, “cheat foods” and it actually works!
Oprah has lost 42 pounds in just over a year. Last year, she revealed she “LOVES BREAD” and has it every day. A new commercial shows her eating pasta and drinking wine — that’s the beauty of Weight Watchers.
Their new SmartPoints system gives you a daily allotment of points, as well as a weekly allotment. You must balance between low fat, high protein foods like chicken and vegetables (low points) and cookies and wine (higher points). You can eat more if you make healthier choices. It’s definitely a lifestyle plan rather than a diet, and recommends you aim to lose 1 to 2 pounds a week.
Their Beyond The Scale program focuses on that same healthy lifestyle, and new data shows that members lost 15 percent more weight in their first two months than on the previous WW program.
There are tons of easy recipes on their website and in a new cookbook that sound AMAZING — chewy marshmallow-peanut popcorn bars, Mexican chicken skillet, bacon wrapped asparagus, pumpkin pie tarts — the list goes on! Whether you are craving salty or sweet, there is something you can eat on Weight Watchers.
Oprah posted a photo on December 26, and wrote: “Happy morning after [Christmas]. Hot out of the oven jalapeño cheese bagels. 10 points WW .. worth it! #ilovebread.”
Of course, working out and living an active life gives you more points for eating and drinking — it’s all about balance!
I’ve tried Weight Watchers in the past with great success and I’m going to follow the program again this year!
HollywoodLifers, are you going to try to lose weight on Weight Watchers this year?