I’m now down 6lbs in 2 1/2 weeks; just 25 lbs away from my goal of 130. It’s a slow process to get back to the weight I was before my hysterectomy (a years and a half ago), but I’m making progress and that’s what matters most.
My “meal” regimen is simple – 2 Whey protein drinks (meal replacement) every 3-4 hours and a small meal for dinner. That’s it. Nothing more/nothing less.
Dinner for me might be as small as a bowl of cereal or a microwave meal…or whatever I fix for the family – just a smaller portion of.
Smart Ones meals are actually new to me. I’ve seen them on shelves at the grocery store for years, but it wasn’t until just recently (when I really noticed the weight gain) that I took notice to the meals and decided to give them a try. Before that time I was “too thin” to worry about what I ate.
I was definitely missing out on something good. WeightWatchers Smart Ones are a new Vice of mine…or staple rather. I just have to have them.
The Home Style Beef Pot Roast was…need I say…really yummy. The potatoes, carrots, green bean and onion tasted like they were pulled right from the garden. The gravy was thick and tasty and the meat was very good too. I couldn’t have asked for a better microwave meal to add to my “approved” diet meals. They’re really very good. If you haven’t yet you should give them a try.
WeightWatchers Smart Ones (smart creations) are available in most mass grocery stores / retail outlets, in the freezer isle. The meals are very reasonably priced and do wonders at getting you through those periods between lunch and dinner…and they’re very low in calories so you don’t have to feel guilty for having one. There’s lots to choose from.
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Disclosure: I was provided, by Social Chorus, with a coupon to try WeightWatchers Smart Ones. This was not a paid post nor did receiving product influence my thoughts. All thoughts, comments or testimonials expressed in this post are solely my own.