A Day In The Life Of Weight Watchers®

Ever wonder what a day in the life of Weight Watchers® looks like?  It’s an easy, healthy lifestyle that you will love being a part of. This post was sponsored by Weight Watchers International, Inc. as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

A Day In The Life Of Weight Watchers

A Day In The Life Of Weight Watchers

Diet. Did you cringe? The word DIET has so many negative thoughts that go along with it. I automatically think of things that I can’t eat, or foods that I won’t like because they have no flavor, or that I will be hungry ALL THE TIME. That’s exciting why I don’t believe in diets. I believe in a healthy lifestyle. I believe in making healthy choices that are good for me, my body, and for my family. I believe in eating (right) when I am hungry, I believe that food it meant to be enjoyed, I believe in being active. I believe in a healthy lifestyle, I believe in Weight Watchers®.

Weight Watchers believes in a healthy lifestyle as well. And they believe in making it as easy for us to follow as possible. So easy in fact, the Weight Watchers Freestyle™ program offers more than 200 zero Points foods—including eggs, skinless chicken breast, fish and seafood, corn, beans, peas, and so much more. Just think how that increases your meal possibilities! And it makes your healthy lifestyle easier too because you don’t have to weigh measure or track those zero Points foods. Plus, you can get quite a few Weight Watchers endorsed products right at Walmart. Right now I have the Flatout® Flatbread, JOLLY TIME® Healthy Pop® Popcorn and Weight Watchers® Ice Cream Novelties all on hand at my house, so I thought I would share A Day In The Life Of Weight Watchers with you all so you can see how easy a healthy lifestyle can be…and delicious 🙂

5 SmartPoints BreakfastAvocado Tomato Egg Breakfast Sandwich on Arnold® Sandwich Thins rolls endorsed by Weight Watchers

Weight Watchers Freestyle Program

6 SmartPoints Lunch – Turkey Apple Cucumber Wrap – Light Italian Herb Flatout Flatbread (2 SmartPoints) with 2 oz Oscar Mayer Blackened Turkey Breast (1 SmartPoint), half apple sliced thin and thinly sliced cucumber (0 SmartPoints), and 2 tablespoons of light cream cheese (3 SmartPoints)

Weight Watchers Zero points foods

3 SmartPoints Midday Snack – JOLLY TIME® Healthy Pop® Kettle Corn Popcorn – Mini Bag

4 SmartPoints Dinner – Baked Chicken marinaded in lemon juice and lightly seasoned with steamed broccoli and cauliflower and 1 cup quinoa.  The chicken and veggies are ZERO POINTS, the quinoa is 4 points.

Weight Watchers program details

4 SmartPoints Dessert – English Toffee Weight Watchers® Ice Cream Novelties

Total Weight Watcher SmartPoints Used In One Day = 22 SmartPoints

Now, this is just an example of a day in the life of Weight Watchers can look like, but when you are using the new Freestyle™ program with zero Points® foods and the Weight Watchers® products make choosing what you eat a lot easier. There are so many smart options and flexibility to enjoy more delicious recipes and foods to help us reach our goals.

Weight Watchers meal options

I love that Weight Watchers® provides me with smart options to help me on my healthier life journey. Because it is a journey, a wonderful one.

Find Weight Watchers endorsed products at a Walmart near you or online

Weight Watcher approved products

You can also new more about Weight Watchers and the new Freestyle™ program with zero Points® foods by following Weight Watchers on Twitter and Facebook. And keep a look out for delicious recipes and more on Instagram and Pinterest.

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4 thoughts on “A Day In The Life Of Weight Watchers®

  1. Very interesting post! I did good with my resolution for a few weeks and have fallen away from eating right. I know that a program like this would help me stay motivated. Thanks for sharing and making it look interesting…and tasty!

    1. Resolutions are indeed hard to keep, I hope this helps you realize that staying on track can be easier than you think 🙂

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