WW the new Weight Watchers, an even more personalized program

WW the new Weight Watchers, an even more personalized program

Because we are not all alike, WW the new name of Weight Watchers offers an even more personalized program, based on scientific knowledge and expectations of each to facilitate weight loss. To learn more, we interviewed Gary Foster, WW International Scientific Director.

At a time when everything is personalized, each one of us desires something perfectly adapted to his person.

 "That's why, myWW does not offer a single approach to thinness, but 3 different ways, for more customization that facilitates weight loss," says Gary Foster.

To each one his food preferences and his way of life
To find out what everyone expects from the new MonWW program, a customization quiz lets you know what's best for you.

"MyWW helps to develop its efficiency, its self-confidence to lose weight, which is essential, says the international scientific director of WW, because if we do not adhere, it does not work. "

To adapt as much as possible to the needs and desires of each one, two years were necessary to develop the program. My WW starts with a personalization questionnaire that directs each individual to what suits them best.

So we can be 'green' which offers more than 100 foods to ZeroPoint, with a large budget SmartPoints to use for other foods that we appreciate. You can be 'blue', which gives ZeroPoint more than 200 food to build a meal, and a slightly smaller SmartPoint Budget. And it can be 'purple' which allows 300 food to ZeroPoint, but a budget SmartPoint restricted.

"This flexibility is important for success, because when you're too prescriptive, when there's too much prohibition it does not work in the long run," warns Gary Foster. The important thing is to make good habits, but not to 'lose your life' to lose weight. You have to learn to make conscious choices. "

The workshops are also important because they bring a group dynamic, an entourage that lives things similar to what every WW member lives. "What derails is either pessimism or too much self-confidence," warns Gary Foster.

Not to mention also the physical activity that is encouraged, but never imposed.

Real benefits
A clinical trial conducted for six months by the Weight Management Center of the South Carolina Medical University shows interesting results: a weight loss of 8%, a 2% decrease in systolic blood pressure, a decrease in 24% of the feeling of hunger and a 7% reduction in cravings.

What can we hope to lose as weight the first month? "500 g to 1 kg a week," says Gary Foster, "a little more in the early days because you lose water, but the goals are not just the weight on the scales, it's also small wins like ' I can climb the stairs without being breathless', 'I can play and roll on the floor with my child' ".

The results of the study also show that 88% of participants say that it is easier to follow my WW to lose weight than when you try alone, and for 90% it is more of a way of life than a diet.


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