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GYMMAN59 SparkPoints: (72,677)
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9/4/13 2:37 P

yes love there new points plus program,,became a lifetime member in 2005. then got cancer,gained some weight.Now 10 pds under my lifetime goal.Amen

SBUSH7 SparkPoints: (3,985)
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9/4/13 8:40 A

No. Just spark

MARYSOMFELEAN SparkPoints: (75,634)
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9/4/13 7:33 A

no

ATLJC2010 Posts: 153
9/4/13 6:50 A

No. I've done WW several times before. Sometimes I'd lose weight sometimes I wouldn't. I think it's a good program if you don't have any kind of a food addiction, which I finally realized was my problem. I've never heard them discuss anything for food addictions, it seemed to be a 'one size fits all' concept. But, it's a very healthy program and good accountability at the meetings each week.

ROXYCARIN SparkPoints: (61,224)
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9/4/13 3:47 A

No

CAROLIAN SparkPoints: (107,800)
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Posts: 5,561
9/4/13 3:40 A

No couldn't afford it and the nearest group is at a time after our buses stop for the day and I couldn't walk that far

GEVANS7 SparkPoints: (90,428)
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9/3/13 5:03 P

No. I tried it once. Spark is better for me.

NISSANGIRL Posts: 19,680
9/3/13 2:48 P

not anymore

JBALDWIN29 SparkPoints: (79,015)
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9/3/13 2:18 P

I have done weight watchers and it works if you stick with it. Now I am just doing spark.

KENAMORA SparkPoints: (97,000)
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9/3/13 2:13 P

No, I've never tried it.

PTREE15 SparkPoints: (7,881)
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9/3/13 1:25 P

I was on it for a few months last year and lost about 15 pounds, but I hit a plateau and kept playing with the same three or four pounds (I had a good 40 pounds to lose). I got tired of paying and not losing. I think the Points Plus system is OK, but calories are still calories, and fruits and veggies are considered "free" foods, as in no points value. Since I joined Spark, I've lost weight at a pretty good clip, and still within the healthy range of one to two pounds a week. I think I was eating too many calories on WW.

TRYINGTOLOSE64 Posts: 60,178
9/3/13 6:57 A

heck no!!

BOB5148 SparkPoints: (122,055)
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Posts: 4,521
9/2/13 10:29 A

No

BLEGNER11 SparkPoints: (31,036)
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Posts: 619
9/2/13 10:22 A

no

EMPRESSAMQ Posts: 5,077
9/2/13 9:52 A

no

CANADIANFROG09 Posts: 1,994
9/2/13 5:00 A

No!

SUNSHINE99999 Posts: 8,031
9/2/13 4:25 A

no

EAGLEDALEGIRL Posts: 2,525
9/1/13 6:05 P

no

RUBENB2003 Posts: 11,833
9/1/13 4:41 P

No, I don't think its for me.

SUZIPAM1 Posts: 1,464
9/1/13 3:53 P

id love to but cant accord it - i wish it were free

FEDGIRL4 Posts: 2,015
9/1/13 3:50 P

I was on Weight Watchers three times. 2001-2003 (meetings) and lost 53 pounds. I think I got bored and started cheating all the time, so I quit. I re-stared in 2008 and 2009 (online and meetings). There were things I did not like. One was that they sold the candy and starchy foods at the meetings. Also, they kept changing their program and way you accounted for your food and weight and exercise.

PENNYSAVER2 SparkPoints: (76,399)
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9/1/13 3:29 P

No

KAZZIE531 SparkPoints: (43,552)
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Posts: 1,101
9/1/13 2:06 P

I was on WW for 3 months....I found that it wasn't user friendly for diabetics.

Since being with SP...my blood sugars have fallen drastically and I lost 25 pounds since July 3

CR_EDWARDS_2015 Posts: 283
9/1/13 2:02 P

Nope. I gave it a shot at the beginning of this year, but it just wasn't a good fit for me. I hope it works well for you, and good luck with your weight loss!! Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend! emoticon

YANSKA Posts: 1,716
9/1/13 1:48 P

Yes and I love it! The meetings are very helpful to me- I need the support.

BOB5148 SparkPoints: (122,055)
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9/1/13 11:02 A

No

SLIMTHICK2 SparkPoints: (83,876)
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Posts: 7,154
9/1/13 10:11 A

no

MEXGAL1 SparkPoints: (261,095)
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Posts: 13,795
9/1/13 9:46 A

no

MAVERICK59 Posts: 5,508
9/1/13 1:33 A

No-tried it but Spark had everything I needed for free!

DEANNA0725 SparkPoints: (22,611)
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Posts: 2,072
9/1/13 12:01 A

yes

BROWNCOFIDDLER Posts: 3,831
8/31/13 10:52 P

no

JO88BAKO SparkPoints: (193,487)
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8/31/13 10:23 P

Online Now  • ))
NO

SHAUNTESEAN2 SparkPoints: (2,136)
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8/31/13 10:09 P

This is my second time on weight watchers! I'm doing the points plus and tracking my food here to so that I can see my cal intake. I stopped ww before bc I stopped losing weight after losing 35 lbs. and then came here and it's works too. I notice now that I'm doing both I'm eating all my points on weight watchers but then my cals r not at the low for here. I'm thinking about staying on both for a month and c how it goes. After that ill either keep doing both or stop WW. It's easier to just list food here and be done. wW I have to put fat carbs fib protein. Then long it down by points. I don't pay for it bc I've done it before so I know most of the things and I use a free pts counter and google. So for those of u wanting to try ww don't pay monthly but it's a good idea to pay for one meeting to get your supples if u won't use your phone for googling when u eat. Sorry so long. Oh also in two days since being back on ww I've lost 0.6 lbs

BRAVEHEART4ME Posts: 2,005
8/31/13 10:03 P

No, WW is how I lost the bulk of my weight, but SP is much easier for me.

KLDJSURVEY SparkPoints: (105,871)
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8/31/13 10:01 P

yes

GANEC5104 SparkPoints: (93,720)
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8/31/13 9:35 P

I was

KMMAKI SparkPoints: (84,971)
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8/31/13 9:14 P

no

144AUTUMN SparkPoints: (75,311)
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Posts: 2,306
8/31/13 8:54 P

no

EMPRESSAMQ Posts: 5,077
8/31/13 8:41 P

No.

NEWMEXICOPARROT Posts: 200
8/31/13 8:37 P

Weight Watchers is fine for some. Spark People is free and at the end of the day you have to be accountable to yourself.

ARTISTGATOGIRL Posts: 3,534
8/31/13 8:32 P

No

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (103,574)
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Posts: 5,352
8/31/13 8:28 P

I never paid to go on Weight Watchers, I was given the plan from a friend who had paid, in the beginning. Later on, you could buy the cookbooks and so forth, and it was pretty straightforward anyway, no points counting nonsense. I still have the mimeographed papers, and I also have the "Deal A Meal" cards, and wallet. Never say die!! Still trying........at least until assisted living.

AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (66,733)
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8/31/13 8:24 P

Nope--I'm not quite sure why anyone would need BOTH Spark and WW.

GMALUCKY13 SparkPoints: (14,004)
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8/31/13 8:04 P

no

KKLENNERT809 Posts: 8,266
8/31/13 8:04 P

No

LKS2GAB2 SparkPoints: (37,654)
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8/31/13 7:36 P

I have been on WW many times. I had success each time, until I hit the plateau. The last time I was stuck at the same weight, up a few pounds, down a few pounds. Then I got tired of paying them and not making any progress so I quit. I gained back most of what I had lost. Alas here I am at SP.

FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,856
8/31/13 7:32 P

No it's sure easy to put it on but difficult to take off, at least the skinny cow fudge bars are only 100 calories, good luck on your journey

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (103,574)
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8/31/13 6:37 P

I've been on Weight Watchers at least 3 times, in my life, but not doing it the new way now. It worked well each time, but, of course, I got tired of even that, and wanted to eat more, so quit it. The early 1970's Weight Watchers was better than the more modern version. But the best plan ever, for me, was "Deal A Meal", did that for 11 months in 1989, lost over 82 lbs., but, alas, as usual with these things, you get sick of it and go back to the comfort of good tasting food. Now, I'm trying to lower starches, and increase protein and lots of veggies, but need that Skinny Cow frozen treat on a stick every day, too. That's where it's at now. It ain't easy, is it?

WHIMSICALSPRITE Posts: 531
8/31/13 4:59 P

Nope

FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,856
8/31/13 4:58 P

I'm curious to see how many are on weight watchers and how well it's working for you?

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