I know WW is a quality program for a lot of people, but I failed at it three times. The only thing that consistenly got smaller was my bank account. I prefer learning about actual nutrition to learning the Weight Watchers point system, and I agree, the support at Spark is great.
If you want the flexibility of being able to eat a little more on weekends, you can choose to eat at the top of your calorie range on weekends and tighten it up a little on weekdays. This is what I do, since my weekdays are a little more structured and I can strictly plan my meals. Weekends are a little more loose. It has worked for me for about a year, and I'm by no means perfect at sticking with my plan, but I've lost about 100 pounds.
Edited by: CALLMECARRIE at: 2/21/2013 (10:15)
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