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Anyone Simply Filling for the new year??

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This is absolutely the only plan that has worked for me - but, it worked 5 years ago. I havenot been able to get back intot he groove since then.

 

Anyone having success? Anyone working the program?


Teg

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Is there a new plan out since 2012? I keep getting emails about something new and just curious. I have not used WW in a while. It worked o.k for me for a while, but not now. Just curious about any new improvements.


Never give up or look back,

 

 

:exercise: Mickee :exercise:

 

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HW: 238

WW: 8/18/06--210

 

GOAL: 130

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There are very few changes for 2012. One change is that you can switch between SFT and point counting BY DAY now if you wish. I go back and forth between the two as I can sometimes lose sight of portions doing SFT alone.

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I am gonna try it again. Worked for me years ago,not sure how things have changed. Gotta catch up.

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I want to try it, but I am still trying to figure out what I can have. I used to eat low carb wheat bread and chicken, can't have the bread now. Things like that.

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I am trying the Simply Filling now and am enjoying it. I did the point tracking for many years and before that just the regular eating program. For me so far I am most relaxed and enjoy SF more than any other plan they have put out there.

Bread you can have light bread. The one I eat is also a low carb bread. Don't know why you think you cant have it.

 

Good luck to all of you

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I bake my own bread and allow myself one piece toasted every day. That satisfies me. I count 2 PPV. You can have your bread. Just count the points. I'd rather not deprive myself or I'll end up face down in a loaf of French bread!


 

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The most recent power food list allows the following breads:

 

(Whole grains make the best choices)

Light English muffins

Light hot dog and hamburger rolls

Reduced-calorie (light) breads or rolls, flats and thin sandwich bread

 

I've been on the SFT for 3 weeks and so far, it's working for me. I've been a lifetime member for over 30 years, but this is the first time I tried the Core or SFT plan. So much easier than counting points and as long as you don't overdo it, it really works!

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The days I stay home I do simply filling, and allow myself to use no more than 1 weekly point per sf day. Days I have to be out and about, I count pp+. I just started this after my last meeting, which is two weeks tomorrow (last week was cancelled because of the icy roads), and know I will see a lose this week. Don't feel deprived doing it this way. But I always measure and weigh my sf foods, as I tend to overeat when I don't. I gain every time, just because of too large of portions.


Esther

Just do what you know to do!

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A quick question. How many times a day are you allowed to have bread? I try to keep it to a maximum of once per day and was wondering what everyone else does.

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Deb, I don't limit it on my si/fi days. And, that might be a reason I gained a pound this week! Gonna have to change that.


Esther

Just do what you know to do!

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