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Laura, I would try to talk to your leader about the situation, sometimes they can be helpful. It will mean the need to be consciously self-ware of what is required to make it work. If you have time to eat your meal with a fork, Weight Watchers has additional options to choose from, such as Smart Ones Ham and Cheese Scramble with calories and a reasonable 9g of fat. This option has 7 grams of fiber, 9 grams of protein, and no cholesterol, though it is at the high end for salt. Always wanted to try the weight watchers program just never could afford the program and meeting prices ty for making it where everyone has the chace to get healthy!!!!!!
I had my original book up until a few months ago: The allowed fruits listed here actually are only the Vitamin C fruit required. Other fruits are allowed like strawberries, blueberries and others. French stye green beans are unlimited. Thanks so much for the clarification, Carol! Are the allowed berries allowed in unlimited amounts, too?
I'd never heard about the french style green beans - do you know why they're unlimited but normal green beans aren't? The French cut beans have the seeds falling out. I am so sorry I gave my book away form the mid 's last year. French style green beans were unlimited because they had immature beans in them. They are also sliced lengthwise.
Do U remember the weekly menu plans they gave us? I've been trying 2 find a few because as a clinical type, I do better following a script. I lost 8 Pds in a 7 day week, 4 being water weight , but still. Where did they go? U could mix any breakfast with another mid morning snack? Anyone can get any year WW cook book they want on Amazon and 3rd party on Amazon. I just mailed back a NEW unopened book because I am allergic to old print and paper. But, all the books are there. I have a new WW cook book and menu I also got from 3rd party on Amazon and kept it as that is the year I went and later gave my book away!
Dust mites still bother me, but I am going to put my face mask on, outside and take the pages of the menu and program out and print them and toss the old pages Why does the daily menus differ from the exchange list in a nutshell.. There was a difference in menus depending on gender and youth.
If I recall, women were allowed less bread and fruit than were men and children. You may be looking at the women's chart and comparing that to the men's program. Men got 5 fruits a day and 8 oz of meat. They also got two more servings of bread a day. Flour could be exchanged for bread, but I don't remember the quantities or rules of using flour or corn meal.
I have done both the original and the point system diets. They both work very well however I am more partial to the original because it promotes more healthy eating habits. The point system allows for too much junk food. You can eat a huge piece of fudge cake a day as long as you count the points which means there's less points for sfoods that have good nutritional value.
I agree with you completely, JoAnna. The points system gives people freedom but that freedom means they may never understand the importance of getting calories that provide minerals and vitamins.
Me, I ate all sorts of treats at first and weight loss was slow and I was always hungry. Once I gave up on that and started eating better food, I lost weight more quickly but I don't really think I needed to lose all of the time in the learning curve. Also, current research is showing that having 1 sweet per day with breakfast correlates with higher weight loss over time and that weight stays off better. So don't feel like you have to completely deprive yourself of sweets. I am so glad I kept my papers as well and have taken photos and put them into a PDF file that can be attached in an email to anyone.
Please feel free to use email me and I can forward the file on. Very low in calories, and carbs in general. The diet to be followed by diabetics is very similar to the WW program that I was on then.
Also, doctors treating my diabetes have stated that if someone eats more veggies, and fruit, and less meat, it will be good for the diabetes, as well as shedding weight. For anyone who is a bit or a lot obsessive compulsive, any program that encourages one to count points is likely to make for an obsessive attitude about food in general, and also encourages the person trying to lose weight to focus on food more and more.
I have tried all of the programs, and find myself now, once again quite overweight, and trying to focus on healthy servings, and healthy choices, not the light at the non-existent end of the tunnel. Because there is no end to the need to eat healthy. Once those adipose tissues get small, they are simply waiting to get filled up again. Hence the yo-yo effect. Thanks for your comment, Kathie!
I agree with you that it isn't very helpful to have to obsess over points and to focus on food in an unhealthy way. That is one reason i think this particular diet is one that can actually help you re-think how you eat, adjust it, and move forward in a healthy way. I'm sorry the weight came back; I absolutely hate that! Good luck to you in your newest move to improving your health and lifestyle.
You can do it! Please keep me posted! Hello, Katie I totally agree the original the 70's version of WW was the best because that is when I lost at least 50 lbs. I have tried Medifast for 4 years now I am seriously thinking about going back to the 70's WW plan, except with some wine I still have my WW cook book and program.
Going to print out the food program and menu and ADD wine My book is new, never cooked with it, but dust mites on the old paper and old print give me allergies. I am going to put my face mask on tomorrow, go outside and tear the menu pages out and print them on my printer. Maybe in place of a fruit. About the same calories.
The menu most of these people are printing are from later WW programs. I have the and WW books and the menu is correct for what you want and you are right. Only very starchy vegetable are limited and we counted them as bread. They will eat all your meat! I think we counted a serving of meat as 1 0z. The food list on this site is a newer food list not the 's or the original that started in Amazon or 3rd party on Amazon has ALL the different years of cook books.
But the original is I went in Thelma does your copy have the daily menu plan -7 day plan and a list of exchanges? If so can you share this I would love a copy.
I started today but really want to do this accurately. I thank you for confirming what I remembered of the original plan. When my doctor said my blood sugar was getting too high and if I didn't lose weight I would definitely be diabetic I immediately went on my remembered weight watchers plan from the 's. I dropped weight and my blood sugar dropped too.
This gives me the confidence to go back on the plan and lose those extra pounds. Happy to be there for you, Suzanne! I think part of life's adventure is to keep trying while knowing everyone is rooting for us. The beauty of this particular diet is it's structure, don't you think? Do U have any copies of the weekly menus?
It's the only way it works for me. Being a clinical type, doing points simply doesn't work for me?? So glad to find this site Thank you for the "original" WW..
We're glad you found us, too! So many people seemed to succeed at losing the weight with the original plan. It's surprising WW moved on and left this plan behind.
Tonight I was chatting with a friend and she mentioned she was dying to get some ice cream tomorrow as she is going on a liquid diet starting on Saturday. You might want to check out the Satan Diet on our website to kickstart your diet plans. It's very short term - but you see results that push you more quickly toward your weight loss goals.
Good luck to you!! Please feel free to contact me with email address if you want it. Sometime between and , I joined WW. At that time, the program consisted of weely meny plans. De you have copies of these weekly plans? If so, could you please send them to me.. I lost weight using this plan and would like to try it again.
Please send me any info you might have. I would love a copy, Kristina. I like parts of the Points Plus, but it is pretty complicated, so I've been wanting to try the old method instead.
If you have the original ww diet plan and menus, would you be kind enough to send it to me. I would be so appreciative. I want to start this year off on the right foot. Can you please send me the original WW info. I lost 45 lbs. Other diets just don't work! Please send me your PDF As I recall,the daily limits were 6 protein,2 bread,3 fat,3 fruit,2 skim milk,unlimited veggies from the list.
Starchy veggies had to be exchanged for bread. Thanks for your comment, Mary! I really don't understand how the Exchange Plan worked, except that it was rumored to be based on the diabetic diet put out by the American Diabetic Association.
Can you tell me a little bit about how it worked? My recollection is similar to Mary's. You were allowed to trade a couple of slices of bread for a starchy vegetable up to two or three times a week. Potatoes or rice could be a simple trade off with bead once in a while. Just watch out for the butter, sour cream etc. Always lost weight on this exchange diet. Snd sometimes if going out to eat eould save my exchanges for one meal.
The more options everyone has, the greater chances for success. Thanks so much for the offer! Please post the program exchanges, this is the only diet that ever really worked for me. I followed it in the early 80s. I've recently been contact by a friend who did this with me and she was looking for it also. So we are gonna try to do it again almost 30 years later. Any help you could give me would be appreciated.
Especially allowed vegetables, fruits, seasoning. I don't see the posted entire program. If memory serves, additional floaters were allotted according to exercise Does anyone recall that? Kelly, I would really like to get a copy of the entire program Thant would be great as I have been looking everywhere for it.
Please let me know. Thanks My email is storandt centurylink. I would to have a copy of this since everyone rates it so highly. Kelly, I did the original program. Swore I still had the materials, but I don't. Could you please e mail the old WW program to me.
I tried the new points program and have gained weight. Thank you very muchJanette. Did you ever post the entire program exchanges? I did very well with WW, but haven't done well with any of the newer WW programs 's - on.
I would think I'm not the only one. So far I've lost 4 lbs.. I'm also trying to be more aware of my cravings, and look at my college picture as motivation it was my lowest weight of my adult life. Hello Kelly, I was hoping beyond hope that you might have the Weight Watchers original diet booklet from the 80's: Does anyone in the world have this booklet?
My cherished one is MIA!! Thankyou and name your price! I have only found a couple in boxes but if you have all I would love to have them.
Would you please send me the old WW program. I have tried the new points plan. I have gained weight. I would really appreciate your help. I know this is an old post. Hello everyone, could someone please send me the old quick start weight watchers program? I recently bought on eBay the original WW book, as well as the revised plan WW came out with in I'm not sure which one I'm going to attempt.
To tell the truth, what's holding me back is the incredible amount of fish you're supposed to eat each week! Any suggestions on that? Does anyone know how important it is that I stick to that part of it? Seems to me that I could substitute some of that fish with lean meat, don't you think?
I'm totally new to WW but from what I've read, those early plans were definitely easier to follow and quicker weight loss.
Plus, I like the clarity and checking off little boxes throughout the day: But what about all that fish?? Hey Elizabeth I've got to say I'm with you there! I have always hated fish, like every type of fish including shrimp and lobster.
I've started trying to eat fish for weight loss and also because it's just supposed to be so good for you. Mostly I have been just trying to suck it up and eat fish like I eat brussel sprouts, just suck it up and hurry through.
I have found two ways of eating seafood that are acceptable though. I swear it makes almost any fish at least edible. As to switching out to other lean meats, it may work but I would try cilantro salmon first.
If you look at past posts in the fitness tab on this website they talk about chelation and how cilantro helps your body detox. Your answer wasn't exactly what I wanted to hear yes, you do have to eat all that fish but at least you made me laugh as I read your reply: Oddly enough, brussel sprouts are the only vegetable that I absolutely can't stand and will not eat.
Funny that you brought that up. I copied the Cilantro Salmon recipe down and plan to try it soon. And yes, I've become aware in the past couple of years of the differences between wild-caught and farm-raised fish and try to always buy wild only. Oh well, I guess I have to suck it up and eat fish, dang it. I found that tuna with salad fixings made a terrific lunch and an easy way to fill the weekly fish quotas.
Is there any way I could get from you a copy of the revised ww plan? Either you could scan it to me, or make a copy and I could paper your the materials and postage. It was called the Original Plan when I ran across it.
However, I remember sort of - I was really young and just listening to old people talking hearing about some plan that required you to eat about a gazillion bananas. If you want one where you eat gazillion bananas that is very effective at helping you lose weight - check out the Satan Diet and the Cupcake Time Diet on this website. I'm sorry, but I don't. I know a lot of people felt that program was superior to the Points Plus but I never did see the old points system in action.
Good luck to you! On this blog opening page, go to the right hand column and scroll down to Archives. Pick the April and hit it. The original points description shows on that page if you scroll down to it. Points allowed were determined for each person as they chose the rate and number for their goal. But in fact it almost always turned out to be points unless you were very obese then it went up to points per day.
Also it differed for men and youth. Also, you could earn 2 points or more per day depending on how much exercise you got over the basic 20 mins required per day. The food exchanges plan was the very bestest! I joined WW in , lost weight, kept it off and became a WW leader. I sure wish I had all my program booklets. I went back to WW in ish and all they talked about was how many chocolate kisses they could eat for all their daily points.
Does anyone have the extra booklets that spoke to out to eat??? Thanks for your comment. The chocolate kisses thing is why I really prefer the Original plan over the Points Plan.
I tried both and I am really just too irresponsible to be told I can eat my points in cake and candy. That just really didn't work for me. I know the exchange plan is based on a diabetic diet. If that was your favorite and you can't find it, you may want to google diabetic exchanges and use that to guide you.
I used the older plans as well for weight watchers and became a life time member in the 's. The point plans did not interest me and I still dig out my exchanges when I need to make a correction to return to my goal weight.
Remember; as we age our goal weight has to be adjusted as well, check with your doctor or dietitian. Tops plan still offers the exchange system identical to the old WW ones.
Richard Simmons old Deal a Meal also was an exchange plan mostly the same. On the tops web site and at their meetings you can find the old WW type journal sheets for keeping track of your exchanges and substitutions allowed as optional calories and personal choice fruits or milk or bread or protein extras.
Richard simmons web site also has a journal for keeping track of exchanges. He still uses the exchange basics only he began to close windows on food groups in a handy hand held counter. WW allowed various levels which changed according to how fast or slow you wanted to loose. Levels were different too for men and youth. And yes you could always substitute for the many fish meals if you could not stand fish, but you had to have less volume of the alternate protein in order to keep the calories the same.
Exchange plans are really a fancy way to keep track of calories to make it easier to plan and keep to a set caloric total for your age, height and goal. Originally exercise was optional and now as WW includes more calories under their point systems exercise is required to loose at the same rate as of old.
PS I am still pretty healthy for an old gal too and WW old system works. Back when i did this originally i hated fish.. Glad you are a fellow fish hater! The tuna idea is a great way to get the benefit of fish without having to actually eat fish. You should check out our Salmon Patty recipe on this site - it is another painless way to get fish if you couple it with the Corn Fritters!
Your weight loss on this plan "back in the day" was fabulous! And I do think this diet actually gets us thinking about how to eat healthy so we can keep the weight off. Let me know if your 10 lbs slide off as easily this time! To my knowledge, there was never a WW plan called the original plan; if there was it was from the mids and it definitely did not contain "floater" exchanges and optional calories: Just like there have been multiple versions of the points plans, there were multiple versions of the exchange plans.
I do not recall a plan that ever allowed that much protein PLUS 7 floaters and optional calories. I do not have time right now to drag out all my old materials from the 70s and 80s, but will try to do so later if you have specific questions or are otherwise interested.
I remember the plan that had the 7 floaters and optional calories. I think it might have been called Quick Start. I wish I had all my original materials from back then! I agree that it was a better plan for teaching the concepts of healthy eating and portion control. We firmly believe that everyone is different and that is why we try to cover a variety of diet options that have worked for someone we know no rumors of success; only true success.
So glad you found what you needed! Does anyone if mustard is allowed I also lost lbs 25 yrs ago and kept it off until this year said 25 combo of menopause n quitting smoking I have gained on the new WW program to much fruit or something.
I want to go back to the old program from the 80's. Can you help me please. I loved the old revised original WW plan of I lost 50 lbs. Have never done well on points.. This is a fabulous idea, Phyllis! Anyone who would like to participate in an online support group - drop us an email at forwardmotion outlook.
Talk to you soon!! If anyone has the program from could they send it me please bendell. I too lost a lot of wt. Now i once again need to shed wt. Do you have a copy of the ww plan from the 80,s? Esther, go online to Amazon or any book ordering web site and search for the older versions of the Weight Watchers Program books.
Some are used, ebay may have them too. In this they give the plan summary, some exchange lists and include recipes that all work with the plan. Be sure to order a book prior to their points system, so to not include those newer analysis on the recipes and plan.
I'm sorry, We don't have any other WW plans other than the 2 posted on this website. Good luck in both your search and your future weight loss! Starting on the old plan Monday and looking forward to losing weight. Patty, where did you find the information? Was it the old WW program from the 80's. The new point program is not for me I have gained weight. I am starting my Old Weight Watchers. I lost 77lbs once. It only took me about 5 months to do it.
I was amazed at how fast I lost the weight. I walked 3 to 5 miles 6 days a week. I worked out everyday. And I didnt eat after 7: I was really committed. I gained the weight back because of cortisone and steroid injections due to back surgery. I do know that it works. I love the old way much better. I got confused with the new system. Too much to do. I never had to change anything that I ate. Brenda, how did you get the old WW program? I've been looking for it for quite a while.
I do not like the new point system. How many calorie bread do you eat? What kind of cereal do you eat? Can you have oikos vanilla greek yogurt? I have gained weight on the new points program. So glad to find this. I did WW in and was so surprised at how easy it was. I did not like vegies I lost 15 lbs on it. The new plans have never worked as well. As others here have said, it seems like people are trying to figure out ways to keep eating junk.
This planned helped me become a healthier eater. I need to take off again. I think I will give this a try. From what remember the original plan allowed ounces of meat for lunch and ounces for dinner. Points system was too complex I became too obsessed with the points and exchanges. Never had a lot of success with it. Last year when I moved I had aloof weight to lose.
I started The original plan again and of this year and have lost 63 pounds. Kelly you stated you were going to post the Exchange Program but I dont see it???? I would really like it if you posted it please. Thank you for this! Back in the s my parents and my aunt went on the original plan and lost so much weight among them that it added up to an entire other person, and they all kept it off. In fact my aunt, now 98, is still keeping it off, even though she is the best cook in Texas.
Naturally I had great hopes for WW, but the points system never worked for me. I can't even remember how many times I started WW with high hopes and failed after initially losing a few pounds and finding that I was always hungry--probably because I was using my points for the wrong foods.
It didn't help that they were always trying to sell me tasty carb-laden 2-point treats and giving me free samples. The new WW gives me more freedom than this compulsive over-eater can handle. I absolutely cannot eat sweets and lose, and I don't know anybody who can. But this approach give me some real hope. It's too bad WW didn't stay with it.
Does anyone have a copy of the tracker from the Freedom Plan? Or even a homemade version? I like having the little boxes to check off for each exchange. Liz, the older versions of Weight Watchers many plans had lots of journals with the check off boxes for the exchanges count for each day.
If you go on Richard Simmons web site you can get a similar print out of an exchange system journal sheet and it has boxes too. I just take the old WW plans system tracker with box check off sheet and copy many more days and sheets for me to keep track from my old Weight Watchers material. Does anyone use the TurnAround plan from several seasons back? That worked great for me, but I don't have it and want to go back to that.
Every year weight watchers seems to revise their plan. Wonder if they plan to do that. Shirley, yes weight watchers changed or modified plans every year and likely still does. It is meant to keep up with science as new info becomes available from the weight loss studies. It also helps then sign up new members to keep recent and members wanting the latest plans.
I think the turnaround was an early points system I recall. You can go online to eBay and amazon and search for people selling their old material. There are plenty of older packages there. I love this diet. I actually lost weight on it. Weightwatchers wouldn't give it to me.
Lynn hi and welcome. You can get all or most info on the Weight Watchers older version diet from the book: It comes in hardcover and three ring binder form. It can be ordered used, from Ebay or Amazon or online book site or a book store maybe could get you one used. It was published in by Macmillan Inc and was written by Weight Watchers international. It has a description of the plan, menus, and some exchanges. They published it prior to the introduction of their points plans so it has the older information.
You will have to draw your own food journal sheets and copy them, to check off squares if you want to track exchanges, though one similar is on TOPS websites and Richard Simmons web sites. Be sure to get the exact title, and year as they wrote others that look similar. Tops still uses a similar plan as one of its options.
Any chance of getting a copy of the exchange program posted by Kelly on 8th August We have been looking for you. The bad news is we had no luck in locating that BUT we did take everything we learned while looking for and wrote a few articles just for you!
The exchange lists are located here: Let us know if it helps! I too lost a lot of weight in after first baby on the Original non-points WW version and have been searching for the old red booklet and the weekly food diary. Does anyone please have the booklet scanned and the food diary?
It was the only diet that has ever worked for me. You might want to check ebay and see if anyone has a copy for sale. Hi, I have been looking forever to find the old Weight Watchers plan to no avail. I came upon your site and I see the menu at the beginning, but the one I did I had 19 points a day and when I typed in the food it told me how many points. Do you have a list of foods with points? Hi Donna, Here is a food-to-points converter that we ran across http: Where you had 19 points available, I'm betting you were not using the PointsPlus system.
This post is about an older WW system where you just had to eat different foods. If you scroll to the top of this page, you will see a box that contains reviews of a few different diets. We hope this helps! I have wanted to start the old WW diet for years, as it is the only diet that worked for me. I enjoy food that is fresh, not from a box. The old plan was very easy to follow. I do not have any of the instruction books only the Daily Tracker sheets.
Thank you for this site. If you are able to email me one, I'd be very grateful! There is a food tracker sheet here: If not, say the word and we'll scout out another for you! Is there anyway I could get a copy of the things you have found. I suffered a stroke due to an injury and not able to exercise like I was able to before. This program worked wonderful for me to loose my weight before and had hit my goal. Now I feel this is the only thing I can count on to help me in this time.
Have a broken hip joint and it is making me fall farther behind. Please help if you can. Hi fellow weight watchers! I was so glad to find this site and spent the last week working SO hard at trying to follow the old program which worked great so many decades ago.
Now it's the weekend and I completely blew it, so of course, I'm so disappointed in myself. Here's hoping I can get back on track tomorrow! You can get back on track - we're sure of it. Be proud of your self for starting on the road to your success.
All roads have a bump or two - no worries. Here's hoping this week is a good one for you! Thank you so much for providing the planner and menu outline. I used it successfully when I was in high school and now my high school aged son and I will be using it together to shed some extra pounds. Well this is just awesome! My college-age daughter and I are doing the very same thing right this minute.
I lost 6 stone 40 years ago with the old weight watcher plan. I have rejoined weight watchers and hate the new points plan. There is no discipline. When I see ''free foods'' I just eat them all day, that's no good to me. I am going to use the old way. This is the WW plan that I prefer and I'm glad they have a variety of plans so we can all pick and choose.
If you get a chance, check out the Satan Diet that we've posted here. It's a healthy way to jump start your weight loss. I started with the Satan Diet and moved nicely into this WW plan with 7 lbs already gone. It felt good and I was able to continue losing weight. I tried the points system twice.. I have been thinking about the original plan for a while now and could remember some of it but not all.
Thank you all for posting what you recall. Going to set it in motion! Would you please send me the old WW program, like you I lost weight years ago.
I've tried the new program and do not like it. Really appreciate your help. It is here on this same site. There are actually 2 articles which were written just last month. Thank you for resurrecting the old WW plan. In , I was a chubby year-old when my dear mother sent me to my first WW meeting. We sat in a hotel conference room and I recall that most of the ladies always had a can of Tab or Fresca.
I am not a fish eater, so eating fish every other meal was daunting. I won't even mention the liver. It was very hard, at that age, but I lost 35 lbs. My mother was very supportive, even though she was an exceptional cook. She often fixed my special meals while cooking the "regular" meals for herself and my sister. Undone by what I felt was a monotonous diet, I gave up and regained most of the weight over the next two years. I ended up going back and trying the different "improved" versions every other year since.
I will soon be 60 years old. I am now facing a do or die health situation and do not need the freedom of these everything-goes plans that are out today. I have been encouraged to have surgery by a couple of doctors who clearly do not understand the psyche of career dieters. Cut-and-fix solutions only work if the individual understands what and how to eat The old WW is spot on. Thanks again and pray for me. You are quite welcome!
Hopefully this diet plan will help you make positive life choices to move you in the right direction. There are a few other articles on my website that you might want to peruse to get some other ideas regarding how to lose the weight and keep it off.
Here are 2 tips that I think are the most helpful: When you make dinner start with fresh ingredients to ensure your body is getting the nutrients it needs to keep you healthy and craving free; 2 Only allow yourself to eat during an hour window each day.
The clock starts with the first item you put in your mouth in the morning. This will help you cut down on the nighttime snacking that destroys so many of us!
On those nights that you absolutely MUST have something to eat after your time limit has expired, limit your choices to vegetables only. Check in every once in awhile and let us know how you're doing So glad I found this site. Been doing WW Points Plus and not losing. Thank you for this great info! I am so happy that I found this site I've been looking for the old Weight Watchers plan for a long time. I remember losing lots of weight when I followed the plan, and I was very disappointed when they changed to the points.
So pleased to have found this site. I'm about to start the original WW plan too. Although successful on very high protein diets, they leave me feeling ill and lethargic. I thought about why I find diets -like Atkins - such hard work, and realise that I miss milk and fruit to the point of distraction. Also that a few carbs make me feel so much better. Bit of a light-bulb moment!
The old 's WW program had all the benefits with enough weight loss to keep me going; I'm so bored of losing half a pound a week etc. Yes, it's a tough regime, but I hope it's going to work again, as it did when I was a youngster. BTW - is there a forum for fellow "originalists"? Best wishes, J xxx. Hi Weight Watchers, Do you remember the "cheese French toast" recipe.
You take 1 slice of bread, toast it, and cut it on half length wise to make 2 full slices of bread. Weigh out 1 oz of hard cheese and put it between the 2 slices of bread like a cheese sandwhich. In a bowl mix 1 egg, a little water, and a sprinkle of cinnamon and whip it together. Put cheese sandwhich in the egg mixture, coat the sandwhich and cook it like French toast. Drizzzle a little syrup over the top when you put it on your plate.
This was delicious and only 1 bread, 2 proteins, and 1 fat. Now I make it with 2 slices of bread, 2 eggs, and 2 oz cheese and it is really good. Lisa, I would love if you could email it to me nmmjg comcast. Lisa, I don't have your email address.
That is why I provided my email address. I am interested in this information. It was the program I used and lost 40 pounds. Could I have a copy please. I have the booklets from the '90s including Superstart. Superstart is basically outlined as Breakfast: Protein was 4 oz. Milk selections are fat free Veggies are unlimited, of course About calories per day average. To cmatthews would you mind sending me the superstart outline. This seems so easy to follow and the points system is too much for me to deal with.
Could you send me the old ww plan. The new WW plan is not working for me. What kind of bread do you buy for the old program? I am looking for the full choice plan listing the sample menus for 7 days. This was from the early 's. I agree with the previous posts the points system is too complicated.
Would be happy to hear back. Hi Lisa, Please let me know how to obtain the entire WW program and manual. Bello Lisa, I al interested in the entire WW program from , including the entire manual.
Plz send me an email. I am looking for the menus that were on the plan in the middle to late 80's. I was so successful on that easy plan. I do not like the new one. I haven't been able to stick with it or loose weight. I would like to have the entire booklets that told you each day, each meal and what you can substitute. Girl name Lisa that replied said she had all the manuals I love weight watchers, the old plan is the best for me and easy to follow.
Thanks for you help I have only been able to find bits and pieces of this program. I am in desperate need to lose weight as I did back in I have a weeding coming up in 6 months and I'm using this event as the push I need to do it again. You can send it to cvf yahoo. Hi Kristen Could you send me the old weight watchers plan via email.
I lost my book and I loved this plan and wanted to start it again. Can you please connect me with a copy of the old 's food tracker and the 's diet plan? I remember losing a ton of weight then and now I have a ton and a half to re lose. I am a lifetime member because of that diet and I really wan to be again.
I have also been looking for years for the super start plan from My basement flooded 20 years ago and i have not been able to find this information anywhere. If anyone else has these older plans that can be emailed I would love them gmmunj yahoo.
I am so relieved that I found this website. I am a life time member of the original Weight Watchers from I left ages ago. Once it was changed to the Points system it was impossible for me to follow being that I hate numbers and math. They made it so horribly confusing to even want to lose weight.
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