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On Monday, Weight Watchers changed its name to "WW" to focus more on overall health, as opposed to just weight loss. The new name is the latest in a series of changes the year-old company has been making to its points system over the last few years. But over the next few months, the company plans to roll out several updates to its app that will aim to help its members around the world not just lose weight but feel better altogether — by becoming more mindful and physically active. She added: "We are becoming the world's partner in wellness. No matter what your goal is — to lose weight, eat healthier, move more, develop a positive mind-set, or all of the above — we will deliver science-based solutions that fit into people's lives. This is just the beginning of our journey to become the world's partner in wellness. Launching in the US on October 4 and in international markets in early is the new WellnessWins rewards program.
In comparison to whizzing through a drive-through for an inexpensive meal, many dieters have to measure and track every item they eat or drink. And a lot of healthy food isn't cheap. With that in mind, Weight Watchers — one of the oldest weight loss companies in the world — recently introduced a new program that allows users to spice up their daily meal plans with foods that don't require any kind of tracking or measuring. In other words, plan members can eat as much of these foods as they want. It sounds almost too good to be true. As far as the program is concerned, that smoked salmon omelette you ate for brunch wouldn't count.
Changes to the WW Freestyle Program launched in include FitPoints , new weight watchers name program changes
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Weight Watchers' point system gives foods a numerical value
Going beyond a number on the scale, members will now have the option to focus on building healthy habits without focusing on weight loss. Because lasting health is about so much more than just the number on the scale, this change makes a lot of sense to me. In addition to their name, other aspects of the Weight Watchers WW program also have been modernized:. As we move into , the Freestyle Program launched in December continues to evolve. You may be wondering…. In , Weight Watchers updated its points system to Freestyle Smartpoints and added a whole new group of zero point foods.