"Livability" is one of our favourite words here at Weight Watchers. We're always working to make the program the best it can be, and we think you're going to love WW FreestyleTM! Based on our successful SmartPoints® system, our new program offers more than 200 zero Points® foods—including eggs, skinless chicken breast, fish and seafood, corn, beans, and so much more—to multiply your meal and menu possibilities. And it makes life simpler, too: You can forget about weighing, measuring, or tracking those zero Points foods (unless you want to).
And because we recognize that every day is different—and some days are really different (think parties, business travel, holiday open houses....)—we've made your SmartPoints® Budget more flexible than ever. Up to 4 unused daily SmartPoints can now roll over into your weekly SmartPoints to give you a bigger "bank" to use whenever, however, why-ever you like.
Yes, it works!
Maybe you're thinking, "It sounds great on paper (ok, screen)—but how well does WW Freestyle translate in real life?" Here are results from our clinical trials:
- Participants said they had fewer food cravings and less hunger.
- Nearly three out of four were satisfied with their weight loss progress at six months.
- More than 93 per cent agreed WW Freestyle helps them feel healthier.
- And of those who've tried to lose weight before, more than 82 per cent agreed that WW Freestyle is easier to do and almost 93 per cent agreed it gives them more flexibility in their food choices compared to other times they’ve tried to lose weight in the past.
Explore the new program!
Your Weekly can help you dip your toe into the new plan, and see just how much more flexibility you'll have with zero Points foods. Then hit up Plan Basics for answers to all your questions, the complete list of zero Points foods, tips on using the mobile app, and lots more. When you're ready to explore your meal options on WW Freestyle, we have plenty of tasty ideas in our Food section.
Change isn't always easy, but we think you'll be happy to start living—and losing—the WW Freestyle way.