Diet and Fitness Community
7.73k Members
208737 tn?1267673826

on weight watchers

ok im valerie and i started ww almost 2wks ago..well i got the homw kit..i had to order it so i dont ouget to go to meddings i have lost about 11lb and i was just wondering if im eating right so here is what i had today...b= spical k bar....2 points...l-salad with 1 table fat free dressing=d ihad spegitty 7points salad o points...for snacks i had a weight watchers carriet cake 1 point and spical k bar 2 points...and right bite tral mixs..2 points...weight watchers yougrt 1 point...am i eating to much or not the right things...i want to lose weight and i am but i want to be healthy while im doning it...so if anyone can help me i dont know anyone who has been on ww..oh im not eating all the snacks at the same times...and im aloud 29 points a day...and i do walk everyday for about 1 hour..and go to the gym about 2 or 3 times a week...thank you...valerie
2 Responses
Avatar universal
I may be wrong, but it doesn't sound like you are getting to much protein in your diet. Are you using all your points. If so it doesn't sound like you are using them appropriately. Make yourself a meal plan. One person that I really trust who has lost alot of weight is peekawho. E-mail her and see if she can help you more.

Good Luck

198506 tn?1251156915
I also am doing WW and I have to say 11 pounds in two weeks sounds extreme.  You say you have 29 points a day but by my calculations you only used 15 points (WW says not to go below 18 points a day).  It's very hard to get the nutrition your body needs on 15 points, especially with some of those points going to cereal bars/snack cakes.  Barb is right that you don't seem to be getting much in the way of protien, it's all a balancing act, even fat is good in moderation.  The problem with low-balling your points is that in addition to not getting the proper nutrition your body begins to think it is starving and then it begins to hold onto the fat you have for survival, your metabolism slows and weight loss becomes harder.  Slow and steady is the best and most sustainable way, WW recommends a 1 to 2 pound loss a week.  It's great that you have chosen to make health your a priority, you have the right intentions.  I wish you the best.    
Have an Answer?
Top Healthy Living Answerers
649848 tn?1534633700
Avatar universal
Arlington, VA
Learn About Top Answerers
Didn't find the answer you were looking for?
Ask a question
Popular Resources
14 super-healthy foods that are worth the hype
Small changes make a big impact with these easy ways to cut hundreds of calories a day.
Forget the fountain of youth – try flossing instead! Here are 11 surprising ways to live longer.
From STD tests to mammograms, find out which screening tests you need - and when to get them.
Tips and moves to ease backaches
Here are 12 simple – and fun! – ways to boost your brainpower.