Another study endorses the effectiveness of the ubiquitous, points-based weight loss program
Weight Watchers International CEO David Kirchhoff hasn’t always been as slim and trim as he is today. Would you believe he packed on 45 lbs. during his freshman year at Duke University?
When it comes to weight loss, people may be better off following the commercial diet program Weight Watchers, rather than relying on guidance from their primary care doctors.
In its first ever ranking of 20 popular diets, U.S. News & World Report rated the DASH diet No. 1.
For more than a decade, the Weight Watchers Points system has been simple: basically, the more calories a food has, the more points it is assigned.
As part of a broader effort to shed their unhealthy food reputation, in Australia and New Zealand McDonald’s is teaming up with Weight Watchers to market some menu items as healthy options that fit into the diet program’s points system, the Telegraph reported last week. The collaboration means that McDonald menus will bear the Weight …