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I haev decided that in order to live past 60, i need to lose weight and a lot of weight. So I thought I'd revive this little community to help myself and those others of you interested in losing weight. Hopefully we can be some help to one another with encouragement, recipes, tips and general friendship. If you know someone who'd like to join, let them know!

Wake up! WW has a NEW Plan and it's a New Year!
Hi all!

I joined WW online again and Larry has said he'll do it too this time! Our house will be happy when we reach our goals! Have any of you seen the new plan? What do you think?


Low Fat Grilled Chicken Mojito Sandwiches

Low Fat Grilled Chicken Mojito Sandwiches


1/4 cup reduced fat mayonnaise
1/4 cup teaspoon finely grated lime rind
3 tablespoons minced fresh mint
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon minced Serrano Chile (with seeds)


1 tablespoon minced fresh mint
3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
2 tablespoons dark rum
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 garlic clove, crushed
1 pound chicken breast tenders
4 (1/4 inch-thick) slices Vidalia or other sweet onion
Cooking spray
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
4 (2 ounce) french rolls, halved
8 (1/4 inch thick) tomato slices
4 red leaf lettuce leaves

To prepare dressing, combine first 6 ingredients in a small bowl,
stirring with a whisk. Cover and grill. To prepare sandwich, combine
1-tablespoon mint and next 4 (through garlic) in a large zip-top plastic
bag. Add chicken breast tenders, seal and marinate in refrigerator for
15 minutes, turning occasionally. Prepare grill. Remove chicken from
bag; discard marinade. Place chicken and onion on grill rack coated with
cooking spray. Grill 4 minutes on each side or until chicken is done and
onion is tender. Remove from grill, sprinkle chicken with salt and
pepper. Grill roll halves, cut side down, until lightly toasted about 1
minute. Spread about 1-tablespoon dressing over the bottom halves of the
rolls. Top each serving with 3 ounces chicken breast tenders, 1 onion
slice, 2 tomato slices and 1 lettuce leaf; cover with top halves of rolls.

Yield: 4 serving (serving size: 1 sandwich).

Calories 370 (15 % from fat); Fat 6.1 g (sat 1.5 g mono 1.0g poly 2g);
Protein 32.5 g carb, 43.3 g Fiber 3.9 g, CHOL 66mg, Iron 2.9 mg, Sodium
705 mg Calc 99mg.

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Wuxia guy
I had a good weigh-in yesterday.  Down 2.6.  The funny thing was I was so sure I'd gained or stayed the same that I spent the whole day psyching myself out for hearing that I was up.  Also, our awesome leader has been on vacation so we have a substitute.  My friend and I skipped the actual meeting because she just doesn't do it for me... she reminds me of a kindergarten teacher. 

My goal this week is to increase my physical activity.  I've really fallen off that wagon. 

Hi guys!
I'm checkin' in...

I don't weigh in until the first day of school and I know I've not lost a pound. I've spent the spring and summer eating my head off and when I weighed back in on Memorial Day, my weight was as high as it's ever been. I'm disgusted and I'm tired of excuses. I NEED to lose 85 pounds, bad!

So... here I am.

My sister has been doing WW for 2 months and has lost 10 pounds. I have a goal of 75 pounds by the end of the school year so here goes.

Y'all know I love to cook and she's forwarding me recipes.  I love to share! this one looks delish!!!

Dotti's Restaurant Guide
This list is way morte extensive than the Dining Out Guide.

Weigh in day!
Meow from iconxbrothel
This one was good... I was down 4.9. Since I've been eating for 3 months without cease, this is like starting over so as long as I stick to plan, I expect to lose 3-5 for a few weeks until it sorts itself down to 1 or 2.

I actually already feel better!!!

Hello and a recipe :)
Wuxia guy
Thought I'd come say hi since alexcat told me about the comm :)  I've been on WW since Nov and have seen more success with it than any of the fad diets I've tried in the past.  Modifying my eating habits hasn't been easy and I've fallen off the wagon a few times (had a few gains and plateaus).  I think the hardest part has been learning to like fruits and veggies since I'm a real carnivore and carb-o-holic (I like garden fresh stuff just fine, but winter sure is hard). 

Anyway, I found a slow cooker recipe on a website I've since forgotten (I think it was, and I ran it through the recipe builder and found out it was 5 points a serving.  I love food with an Asian flare and it was pretty tasty (and I love my slow cooker).  Recipezaar is pretty good for meal ideas - some of them are high in fat/calories but it's pretty easy to make low fat substitutions with recipe builder and bring the points way down (I've found that substituting low fat milk, butter, etc doesn't affect the taste).

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The Top 6 Weight-Loss Lies (from the WW website)
The Top 6 Weight-Loss Lies
Article By: Toby Bilanow

Are you being honest with yourself about weight loss?

What lies are you telling yourself as you travel the path of weight loss? Maybe more than you realize. It's time to get honest, because those untruths may stand in the way of you reaching your goals.

"People may set unrealistic goals or deprive themselves in extreme ways that are very difficult to maintain," says Bethany Teachman, PhD, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Virginia. "It's no wonder so many people lose weight initially but then have difficulty keeping the weight off."

Here we address the most common myths that undermine a healthy approach to weight loss — and offer tips to overcome them to achieve success.

1. I need to go on a "diet"
"The whole concept of a 'diet' sets us up to think we will be 'on a diet' then 'off a diet,'" says Teachman. Instead, think of your weight-loss plan as a lifestyle commitment to healthy eating and exercise, for the long haul.

2. I'll get back on track on Monday/after the holidays/when the sun comes out
There's no day like today. If you slip, just pick up where you left off. Persistence works wonders.

3. All my problems will be solved when I lose weight
Dropping pounds may leave you feeling healthier and happier, but it won't make you more lovable or turn you into a runway model. Be clear about why you want to lose weight, and set realistic goals. "It's far more motivating to strive toward being fit and energetic than it is to strive toward being a size 2," Teachman says.

4. Heavy people don't deserve to eat
Do you forgo the office pizza because you're afraid people will think you shouldn't be eating? Seeing yourself through others' eyes in a harsh, critical way "is a surefire way to blow a weight-loss plan," says psychologist Debra Mandel, PhD, author of Healing the Sensitive Heart (Airleaf Publishing, 2005). Instead, she suggests, it's more effective to focus on developing a more loving relationship with your body. A study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine (Winter 1998) found that those who started out accepting their bodies were more than twice as likely to lose weight than those who felt dissatisfied or ashamed.

5. I shouldn't wear a bathing suit (shorts, a tank top) until I've lost all the weight
People of all different sizes and shapes enjoy sexy clothes. "When you love yourself, you start enjoying life," says Mandel. Break big goals into smaller ones, and reward yourself along the way. Rather than saying, "I need to lose 25 pounds," say, "I'll buy a new swimsuit, one size smaller."

6. The less I eat, the faster I'll lose
Wrong. "The less we eat, the slower our metabolism gets, and the slower we lose the weight," says Mandel. "Deprivation also makes us unhappy and actually causes us to overeat and overindulge." Increasing your caloric restriction in reasonable amounts can increase weight loss, but cutting back to an unrealistic intake will likely backfire. A slow and steady approach — including treating yourself to your favorite foods, in moderation — is your best bet for building a healthy relationship with food and reaching your long-term goals.

So stop telling yourself lies that sabotage your efforts. Instead, start living your life with a weight-loss plan that works for you. You'll feel better about yourself, your confidence will grow, and you'll keep the weight off.

Recipe: Roasted Pork Tenderloin
Roasted Pork Tenderloin

POINTS® Value: 3
Servings: 8
Preparation Time: 10 min
Cooking Time: 30 min
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Works with Simply Filling
A simple blend of herbs and spices, with a touch of olive oil, transforms an ordinary pork roast into an exceptional main course.


1 spray(s) cooking spray
2 tsp dried thyme, or 2 Tbsp freshly chopped thyme
2 tsp dried oregano, or 2 Tbsp freshly chopped oregano
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp table salt
1 tsp black pepper, freshly ground
2 tsp olive oil
2 pound(s) lean pork tenderloin

Preheat oven to 400ºF. Coat a shallow roasting pan with cooking spray.
Combine thyme, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper in a small bowl; set aside.
Rub oil all over pork. Sprinkle thyme mixture all over pork and transfer to prepared pan.
Roast until an instant-read thermometer inserted in center of pork reads 160ºF, about 30 minutes.
Let stand 10 minutes before slicing crosswise into thin (about 1/2-inch thick) slices. Yields about 3 ounces per serving.
**Notes- I find many Ww recipes awful but this one sounds pretty good.


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