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Life Hacks for Weight Watchers

For all those Weight Watchers fans out there, here is a list of the most delicious recipes that fellow Weight Watchers have shared online. From savory dinners to delectable desserts, it helps to have a helping hand when you are trying to keep off the pounds, especially when meals are as fun to cook, as they are to enjoy.

Laaloosh
Laaloosh is a blog about healthy, low-calorie recipes of your favorite foods. With an attractive and inviting design, the website is as useful as it is aesthetically pleasing.
This site has a detailed list of recipes that has a number of Weight Watchers Points listed in the title. The site is easy to navigate through, and with hundreds of recipes to choose from, one can stay on this page for days.
What makes this site unique is that every recipe is food that you would usually crave but cannot eat during a diet. Each recipe has been re-adjusted to remove as many unnecessary calories as possible, giving you a healthy way to satisfy your appetite and your mind.
Besides the recipes, there are interviews of success stories to help motivate you further. People have shared their experience with Weight Watchers and proudly relay the stories of their accomplishment to inspire others to do the same.
The site also comes with a recipe box, a journal and a shopping cart to help you organize your diet plan. Overall, this is a very helpful page for people who are either just beginning their journey or are trying to maintain their weight.


Diva on a Diet
Alexis is truly a diva in every sense of the word. She has been blogging about her weight-loss journey from the very beginning and has found herself an online Weight Watchers family to keep her motivated. Her blog is a mix of quirky insights, tips for losing weight, exercise regimes or on some days, a rant about how she is feeling on a particularly good or bad day.
The main reason this site is worth a visit is because Alexis loves to cook and experiment with her food. She has some amazing tried and tested recipes on her page. After joining Weight Watchers she discovered her love for vegetables, and posts meat-less recipes, so that your weight-loss expedition does not lead you into a rut. She experiments with whatever is in season, and buys everything at her local grocery store, so the ingredients are easy to come by. She also posts detailed descriptions of her process, which is simple to follow.
One way to stay thin and keep the burden off your wallet as well is to avail the discount coupons that are available on the Weight Watchers page of Weightlosstriumph.com.


This Mama Cooks 
Anna Marie Nicole, who joined the weight watchers program in 2007 and has managed to successfully keep her weight down since, runs this blog. She is a professional blogger and her editor encouraged her to document her weight-loss to help her get through it.
Anna is particularly fond of the holiday season and loves to eat all the usual holiday favorites. Only now she has managed to fine-tune the recipes to make them as lean as possible. She shares her stories and her recipes on this blog, providing an alternative to people who have a weak spot for Thanksgiving turkey and Christmas dinner.

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  1. Sounds very interesting, I must lose some weight. And if there is good food without many calories ,that will be much easier!

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