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Hi

I just started WW last week and I am having some problems keeping my spirits up and not snacking. I am doing Core. Anyone else? I would love some thoughts and ideas if anyone is in the same situation or has done this before.

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I do WW and am a big snacker. I try to keep busy as to not think about it. Hunger is in your mind a lot of the time.
 

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I also did WW few years back and lost 10 kilos in 10 weeks! I've been on "maintenance" since. I kept stuffing myself with diet coke, lots of tea with skin milk and carrots&tomatoes. Chewing gum was also very helpful. The WW yourguts of 1/2 points and/or fat free plain yourguts or fat free fromage frais was also a winner for me. Rice crisp (those rounded things) are only 1/2 point each.
I did "points", but if I can be of any help, let me know. Keep doing, don't give up, because it's a great method. Once you loose your first pound (it can take only a week) you will feel so motivated.
Good luck!
 

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I have never done weight watchers or anything like that but, don't give up hope. Last time I dieted I felt like it took forever. I lost a pound a week, I made up my own diet routine that worked out really well for me. I know its hard, trust me I struggled for the first two weeks but, after that food won't be thought of so much. So don't give up, just get threw these first few weeks and after you should be good. What always helped me is having my husband diet with me it really helped threw those first few weeks maybe find a work out buddy or friend you can diet with to motivate each other. Good Luck!
 

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I did WW, its amazing. I just stopped though, because I decided I liked food more than I hated to exercise. So now I just exercise more and try to keep my food intake healthy with lots of fresh veggies. I do like cheese though.
 

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I think any good diet is sustainable and allows for enough flexibility to eat whatever you want in moderation. That's how my diets are and I enjoy cake, fried food, wings, and alcohol once in a while with no problems.

I still have abs and what not too, as per picture.

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I think any good diet is sustainable and allows for enough flexibility to eat whatever you want in moderation. That's how my diets are and I enjoy cake, fried food, wings, and alcohol once in a while with no problems.

I still have abs and what not too, as per picture.

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What, you mean that isnt airbrushed?? o_O

Maaadness. :tard:
 

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"Nope, nothing at all."

All I can say is - "wow"! It took me five months on my "tuna and tofu" diet but I did lose all the weight I needed to shed - 60 pounds. But now with the cold weather kicking in (it's snowing here in Toronto as I type this) my appetite has picked up and I get out to exercise less, so I am worried about keeping it off.
 

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It's good to see that you lost that weight. I'm in Ottawa, so our winters are even worse than yours, but you should still make it a point to get yourself to the gym. No excuses. You know you can eat other things like chicken breast, lean ground beef, steak, and shrimp. You don't need to subject yourself to six months of just tuna.
 
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