After I had my second son I noticed that the weight didn’t come off so easily. I was breastfeeding and couldn’t do any radical diets, and I didn’t really want to anyway…I wanted to stay healthy and lose the extra pounds! My Mother-in-law recommended Weight Watchers, and I decided to give it a try. They have a plan that is appropriate for nursing mothers, and they promoted eating balanced meals and exercise…which is the best way to lose weight in my opinion. The one challenge I found with Weight Watchers was that I had to be able to calculate the point value for anything I ate, and this wasn’t always as easy as it seemed. I quickly realized that if I wanted a quick snack or meal, it was a good idea to purchase some of the food items that Weight Watchers produces and lists the point value right on the packaging.
Weight Watchers Smart Ones offer a lot of variety. They have breakfast options that include pancakes and turkey sausage, quesadillas, french toast and english muffin sandwiches. Breakfast is my favourite meal and the time I am most likely to overeat in the day, so I really like these options. For lunch and supper they have everything from pasta to seafood, and there are many Weight Watchers Smart Ones desserts available too!
Having low point value meals on hand that I could easily throw in the microwave and prepare really helped me on my Weight Watchers journey. I did lose weight on Weight Watchers and felt good while doing it. My Weight Watchers journey ended when I got pregnant again with my daughter, but I returned a few years later and had good results again. Now that I’m all done having children and there are so many great meals available, I am thinking I should try it again!
I found a coupon for Weight Watchers Smart Ones on their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EatYourBestCanada and there are some great weight loss tips there too!