Jessica Simpson has come a long, long way since her "Chicken of The Sea" days. A long way, weight wise that is. Of course, it's all totally worth it! Have you seen how adorable her new beautiful baby girl Maxwell Drew is? Now, J. Simps is naturally looking to shed the extra flab -- and as you alllll know, she's doing it on Weight Watchers.
It's interesting, how everyone seems to be all over Jessica for her deal with the weight loss company. Heck, I say if the woman wants to lose weight -- then she's totally gearing up for success here.
In my eyes, Jess is just the latest celeb to jump on the Weight Watchers bandwagon. Jennifer Hudson, Jenny McCarthy, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Tina Fey have all been successful on the program, too. No wonder why, though, because heck -- Weight Watchers works. Trust me. After losing more than 60 pounds on the program myself, I know it does.
The secret to Weight Watchers continued success is that the program they preach teaches members how to lose weight and maintain results. Through their "good health guidelines," the company educates members on good versus bad foods, portion sizes, healthy fats, and the importance of activity. You know what that means, right? The company is encouraging a healthy lifestyle. Ahhhh, the buzz word: lifestyle.
With that in mind, the thing about the program that helped me the most was that no food was eliminated. Ready for something shocking? I ate glazed donuts EVERY week after stopping by for my weigh-in. Yup, every damn week. It was something I looked forward to. Despite their crazy high cals, the donuts were something I loved indulging in. But that's part of the Weight Watchers amazingness. On their plan I could do that. I just had to account for it when it came to figuring out the rest of my day.
For the rest of my life, I'll be able to use what I learned on the WW program during my day-to-day. After dropping the weight, I'm an entirely new person -- and something tells me Jessica will be too.
Have you ever been on Weight Watchers? Do you think Jessica will be successful?
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