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This site is free, independent and open to everyone. Primarily we are a peer education based forum offering support, motivation, recipes and fellowship for those interested in reaching and maintaining a healthy weight.

Weight Tracker

The weight tracker will track your weight by charting it once every week and displaying it interactively through a bar graph and table. Its free, so join now and also participate in the group challenge. Lets chart your way to success! Go to weight tracker

Calories To Lose Weight

How much calories do I need to lose weight? The Calorie calculator allows you to calculate how many calories you require daily, in order to lose a certain amount of weight within a certain time period. Calories To Lose Weight Calculator >>

'How Much Weight Loss' Calculator

How much weight could you lose on popular diets or if you followed a 1,200 calorie diet plan for two weeks, a month or six weeks? Find out using the 'How Much Weight Loss’ Calculator>>

How Many Weight Watchers Points Am I Allowed?

The following calculator is a very useful tool to complement the comprehensive Weight Watchers program. How Does the Calculator Work? The calculator will calculate how many weight watchers points you get per day to until you reach your desired goal weight . more on Weight Watchers Points Allowed >>

How Much Weight Will I Lose?

Have you ever wondered exactly how much weight you could lose if you stopped eating a certain unhealthy food or drinking a particular high-calorie beverage? How Much Weight Will I Lose Calculator >>

New Interactive BMI Calculator

The main problem with the current method for measuring BMI is that it divides the weight by too large a number for shorter people, and by too small a number for taller people. Do you fall within the acceptable guidelines of the new BMI? Use the new BMI calculator to find out >>

Weight Watchers Points Plus Program

The new Weight Watchers Points Plus program is changing the formula and the way Weight Watchers has worked for the last 13 years. We are going to look into the reasons why and what has really changed. Weight Watchers Points Plus >>

Top 10 Diets Review

Find out which diet makes our Top 10 list. These diet plans was the most effective and easiet to follow. Diets were judged on effectiveness (short, long term), ease of use, cost, taste, satiety and health. Top 10 diets >>

Diet Reviews

  • Fat Burners
    Fat burners are designed to increase your metabolic rate, increase your energy levels and surprises your appetite.
  • Target Heart Rate Calculator
    Whether your goal is to lose weight or improve your aerobic fitness level, use the target heart rate calculator to maximize every workout.
  • Teatox Diet
    The Teatox Diet is natural, organic, herbal teas that are supposed to help remove the toxins that are stopping you from losing weight
  • Gluten-Free Diet
    By eliminating products like bread and pasta, those on the gluten-free diet are also removing these almost nutritionally void products from their diet.
  • Weight Watchers SmartPoints
    Weight Watchers has ditched the PointsPlus system for SmartPoints. The are the three big changes?
  • Weight Watchers Points Plus Alcohol Calculator
    Do not use the Weight Watchers PointsPlus calculator for alcohol, use this calculator instead.
  • Waist To Hip Ratio Calculator
    Apple body types are almost 3 times more likely to die from heart disease. Are you apple or pear?
  • Water Intake Calculator
    As a general rule men should be drinking about 13 glasses and women about 10 glasses of water a day.
  • Loose Skin
    Loose skin is a difficult area to treat. Here are 5 options for treating loose skin.

How many Weight Watchers Points is that?

A Big Mac has 14 weight watchers points, quarter pounder with cheese 13 and a KFC chicken 9. So what is Weight Watchers Points?

Weight Watchers Points plan is a hugely successful commercial weight loss program that focuses on balanced low fat nutrition, exercise and group counselling. more on the Weight Watchers Points system >>