Gelatins like sugar-free and celery are commonly preferred by dieters to eat in unlimited quantities. But they may have good news that they can now throw skinless chicken breast, fish and non-fat yogurt as well.
Weight Watchers International, Inc. is the world’s foremost weight management provider, which headquartered in the U.S. the company announced on Monday that they are going to add more than 200 items to its food list having zero SmartPoints, a rating system which the company uses to guide members to control and monitor what they eat.
The news is a month-old before people make traditionally the New Year’s resolutions that often involves weight loss. Weight Watchers highlights that the change is a part of its upcoming WW Freestyle program and is related to healthy eating recommendations and creating facile system to adhere to.
Mindy Grossman, the CEO of Weight Watchers said in a statement to the potential members that, “In today’s world, they want as much simplicity as possible, as much freedom as possible, and they want something that works into their life. It will attract Weight Watchers members that see this and say, ‘This looks like something I want to come back to.”
Oprah Winfrey, a TV mogul who herself was facing weight problems, has bought a stake of 10% in the company in 2015 and constantly praised publically about Weight Watchers. Winfrey said in her e-mail that, “Simpler, more livable, love that I don’t have to count so many of my favorite foods, like corn and beans. And what would I like to see improved? Scientists: Please find a way to make zero-point bread in my lifetime!”