EXPLOREMY LIBRARYMAGAZINES
CATEGORIES
  • Art & Architecture
  • Boating & Aviation
  • Business & Finance
  • Cars & Motorcycles
  • Celebrity & Gossip
  • Comics & Manga
  • Crafts
  • Culture & Literature
  • Family & Parenting
  • Fashion
  • Food & Wine
  • Health & Fitness
  • Home & Garden
  • Hunting & Fishing
  • Kids & Teens
  • Luxury
  • Men's Lifestyle
  • Movies, TV & Music
  • News & Politics
  • Photography
  • Science
  • Sports
  • Tech & Gaming
  • Travel & Outdoor
  • Women's Lifestyle
  • Adult
FEATURED
EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
 / Health & Fitness
Weight Watchers

Weight Watchers July - August 2018

WW magazine is packed with recipes, tips, trends and ideas for living a delicious, healthy life! *Tasty WW friendly recipes *Inspiration and advice from WW members *The latest in wellness news

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
Read More

IN THIS ISSUE

2 min.
the bright side

I love everything about summer: the beach, the radiant sunlight, the long days, and running barefoot in the grass. My family and I ride bikes, snag crabs, fish, Jet Ski, swim, doze in hammocks, and listen for the sound of cicadas at night. And the food is incredible: corn, tomatoes, lobster, clams, watermelon, peaches, blueberries, cherries, and figs. It’s a season for gathering with friends and family for a picnic, a backyard barbecue, or a clambake. We all cook together, including the smallest children (just as our CEO, Mindy Grossman does with her daughter and granddaughter, p. 48). It’s pure pleasure. Summer is also when I feel most optimistic. Maybe the sunny weather encourages a sunny outlook or maybe it’s because I get out in the world more, spend time in…

3 min.
freestyle and summertime faves

When WW Freestyle™ launched, I was excited by the prospect of newly zero Points® foods and the flexibility they’d provide. But I found I had to make some major adjustments. I’m an even-numbered person, and my pre-WW Freestyle 30-points-a-day felt solid and easy to manage. I had real problems accepting my new number, 23. I found I was always over. There was a time when I kept going back to my 30 SmartPoints, and then living between 23 and 30 SmartPoints. I constantly had to think: “Do I count the egg or do I not count the egg?” Let’s just say, WW Freestyle took some adjusting to. But I’ve finally found my rhythm—and I hope you have, too. Please keep sharing your WW Freestyle strategies on Connect: #ConnectingWithOprah. Oprah’s strategies I try to…

2 min.
getting to know…carrie wilksen

Producer at Cartoon Networks Los AngelesAge: 48 / Lost: 14 lb*Member since: 2017 “I have more energy to do everything I want to do.” I always wanted to be an independent film director, and studied film in college. As a woman, I knew it would be a hard path, especially because I didn’t know anyone in the industry. So I took a temp job at The Walt Disney Studios. Working there, I felt that the creative, cool types were in animation, and I wanted to be around them! Walt Disney was the only game in town. Animation was heavily male-dominated, but after a few months I was able to land a job as a Disney production assistant. Now, more than 20 years later, I’m a producer at Cartoon Network, which is great. But as I…

1 min.
vacation variations

Sure, that cabin by the lake is a perennial favorite, and a visit to a new theme park is a surefire winner. But 2018 just might be the year to mix it up. These travel trends offer novel learning—and bonding—experiences for the whole family to enjoy. GO TO FAMILY CAMP Why should kids have all the fun? There are sleepaway camps throughout the country (many run by the YMCA) that cater to entire families. This economical option is great for those who don’t mind rustic lodgings and enjoy such simple pleasures as hiking, canoeing, singing around the campfire, and scarfing down s’mores. Many family camps are organized around specific interests, like music or farming or sports. RETRACE YOUR ROOTS Dig into your family history via relatives’ written or oral stories or websites…

1 min.
the taste of summer

WEIGHT WATCHERS: How do you enjoy all the summer faves without going overboard? CHARLENE ALONSO: When I’m invited to a cookout, I bring either a green salad, fruit salad, or veggie tray. I call those my “insurance policy dishes.” No matter what else is there I’ll have a low SmartPoints dish I can enjoy. But if they’re serving burgers, I’m going to have one. I eat, but I plan for it. WW: How do you plan for alcohol? CA: If I’m going to have a glass of wine or a light beer, I’ll always have unsweetened iced tea, which has zero SmartPoints value. I get it at the same time as the alcoholic beverage I’m ordering so the alcohol isn’t the only thing I have to drink. WW: How do you deal with spontaneous…

7 min.
the facts on fats

Of the three macronutrients (fats, proteins, and carbohydrates), fats may be the most misunderstood—and even demonized. The name alone sounds problematic. But this nutrient plays an important role in a healthy diet, including one in which weight loss or maintenance is a goal. To get the full roster of benefits, however, it helps to understand the variety of fats and how they work in your body. 1. Fat is just fat, right? There are four kinds of fats: saturated, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, and trans fats. Without getting into too much chemistry, they all have different physical properties. An easy way to understand the differences: Saturated fats are solid at room temperature (think butter); unsaturated fats, which include polyunsaturated fats (found in vegetable oils) and monounsaturated (in olive and nut oils), are liquid.…