Curious about what people doing WW (or Weight Watchers) eat? It can be hard to know what exactly ‘points’ translates to and whether or not people doing WW live on salads and plain chicken breasts (spoiler: they don’t). We wanted to know what people were eating, so we trawled through Instagram and many Weight Watchers recipes to bring you a selection of some of the meals that people are eating
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Another month is over and it has been a corker – we won an award, held our first ever webinar and we’re also well into our Twitter World Cup of MAN v FAT Football team names. Here are the things we learned in June… A ‘large percentage’ of men in the UK don’t go to the doctor. Research by Gillette has found that we tend to have an ‘ostrich’ approach
1. Please let there be another man there 2. Oh God, how much do I weigh? 3. I have literally no idea what you’re talking about Fitpoints? Syns? Simply Filling? Healthy Extras? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN 4. This feels like the first day of school There are SO many things to get to grips with 5. Let me just work out the points It’s second nature when you get
Here at Amazing Losers, we often try to answer the question of why that first step is the hardest to take. We’ve had a lot of different answers over the course of the series so far, but it really all boils down to the same thing: fear of failure. Whenever you set out to achieve anything, there’s always a little voice telling you that it’s safer to maintain the status
Being the fat guy in your peer group often means you’re the entertainment, either because you’re the funny one, or because you’re the butt of the jokes – sometimes both. We’ve talked in the past about the negative effects some men feel when their weight loss disrupts the dynamic of the group. It can also be tough to deal with doting parents who think it’s their duty to fatten you