Weight Watchers Food Helps You Lose and Earn Too

Weight Watchers foods are popular due to their taste and selection as well as their use to help people lose weight. Now there are some new ways that these food items are being promoted that help you stick with a weight loss program by providing you with information, an online support group of sorts and a way to help you with your cravings.

When you become a fan of Weight Watchers on Facebook, you will find other members like you, get recipes, and learn about new products.

The “I Really Want Page” provides you with alternatives for your cravings. Say you want chocolate ice cream. Just type that in and up pops some of the foods from Weight Watchers that are “sensible versions”. For example, I typed in chocolate ice cream and up popped Giant Cookies and Cream Bar and English Toffee Crunch Bar to name a few. You can upload a widget to your desktop, your blog or your website to keep you going when those cravings hit you hard!

The incrEdible Rewards site lets you register so that you can submit UPC codes, receipts or copies of receipts according to the rules for the product to earn credits. Stock up on credits and turn them into books, videos, toys, clothing, home and garden items and more. You can get a pair of Bandolino Pumps, the Twilight Soundtrack, a Brita pitcher, a Hanna Montana Singing Holiday Doll, etc. To learn about the details of this program, visit the FAQs page.

Be sure to add me as a friend on the Weight Watchers Facebook page when you join. And start earning as you lose too!

Review courtesy of Family Review Network.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the info ~ I’m a WW Online member, and this sounds great ~ since September I’ve lost 20 lbs! ~ off visit Facebook & add you there!

    Cindi ~ Moomettesgrams last blog post..My M&M’s ~ A Review

  2. Well isn’t that clever-? That’s a great idea. I get cravings all the time. It would definitely be helpful to get some alternative ideas to eat instead of totally indulging. I tend to be a little narrow minded during a craving! I’ll check it out for sure.
    Thanks-

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  3. What wonderful news Cindi! I’ll see you on Facebook 🙂

  4. Maureen, it doesn’t look to me like you need to worry about the weight department at all. Treat yourself and indulge if you’re able. I used to be underweight and then began putting on weight in my 40’s.

  5. i love the weight watchers foods, especially the giant fudge bars, which are only 1 point each. they definitely satisfy my chocolate ice cream craving, which i get a lot!

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  6. I’ll have to try those Cady. They sound delish!