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3/22/11 9:58 P

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While Weight Watchers is probably the most successful program, I have a friend who says that WW doesn't really do a good job at teaching you how to change your eating habits for life. I don't believe the other programs do either since they work under the assumption that you will be buying their meals.

Jayne

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There is no growth in the Comfort Zone, and NO comfort in the Growth Zone

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3/22/11 8:22 P

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I have no experience with this, but know several people who have. Their main problem seems to be that as soon as they go off it and stop buying their prepared food, they gain the weight back. Not sure how that would be for you though. Weight Watchers is usually a good bet. I knew a couple of other people who went to Jenny Craig and they said that the sales people were really pushy and called them relentlessly and wanted them to buy supplements all the time. Not sure if that is true here locally.

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3/22/11 8:10 P

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Am thinking of joining Nutrisystem. Anyone try any of these plans? I just don't seem to be able to do it on my own. Of course, I have the additional problem of not being able to see well enough to weigh out the portions.

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