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How do I join Weight Watchers?

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A person can join Weight Watchers by either signing up online at www.weightwatchers.com or by going to a local meeting. The price for each option varies depending on current specials.

Weight Watchers is a program that allots points to foods and beverages. Participants are given a number of points to use each day. When the points are gone, they are done eating for the day and can only consume water. The program also includes exercise with the goal of helping participants learn how to live a healthy lifestyle while making real-life choices. For both the online program and the meeting-based program, participants enjoy a vast support system.


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