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Where Can I Find the 70's Weight Watchers Diet Plan?

Does anyone have a copy of the Weight Watchers diet from the 1970s that they could share? or know how to find one online? I've lost mine and that diet seemed to work for me back then and the new versions don't now. The new one is too lenient for me. I need the structure of the old diet. Thanks.

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May 1, 20100 found this helpful

I googled 1970s weight watchers plan and got a page of instructions. It was called THE WAY IT WAS, perhaps you can find it

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March 30, 20171 found this helpful

Does anyone have the Weight Watchers Diet for the 70's and 80's?

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May 3, 20100 found this helpful

My Mother and I went together back in the late 60's.

The one thing I remember best was the rules for

breaking a plateau...to get the ball rolling again

after having lost an initial amount of weight then

leveling off.

We ate 2 oz of water-packed tuna at breakfast

along with one-half grapefruit, black coffee, and 1

slice of whole wheat bread. At lunch, we ate a big

green tossed salad with 1 tsp of olive oil and 2 tsp

apple cider vinegar, 4 oz V-8 or tomato juice and

tea (hot or cold) without sugar. Sugar substitute is

OK.

In the evening, (before 6pm), we were allowed to

have the other 3-4 oz of that can of water-packed

tuna fish, 1 slice of whole wheat bread, the other half of grapefruit, a green salad with 1 tsp olive oil and 2 tsp apple cider vinegar, hot tea or coffee.

At bedtime, we could have an 8 oz glass of

low fat skimmed milk or buttermilk. We stayed on that for an entire week, and it would always break that plateau... Losing about 3 pounds for the week, and then any time we felt like we were not losing, we'd go right back on that "crash" diet. It always

worked, but we always gained back what we'd lost in

the long run. I finally decided to just be happy the

way I was...and I've made it to 75...so far. :-) I'm

not done just yet either. Fairly healthy and very

sassy according to my husband.

Hope this is what you're looking for.

Julia in Boca Raton, FL

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March 12, 20171 found this helpful

Yes thank you this is exactly what I was looking for and remember now also. Started WW in the 60's when we were weighed on the doctor scale and paid $3. I lost a lot of weight eating this and now I want to try it again. Thankfully I love tuna. Keep on trucking that's my motto.

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May 4, 20100 found this helpful

I think that if you had good luck then, it was about your age...it works better when you are younger because you are more active. As we age, we need a lot more exercise to lose pounds effectively. I would love to lose even 10 pounds but find that the older I get the more difficult it is. I agree with Pookarina, I am getting to the point where it is "take me or leave me."

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February 3, 20120 found this helpful

The post from MartyD is exactly right! I did the same thing, and found the 1970s weight watchers. In the 60s the original plan was very Spartan; 1970s included fats and was wonderful, with just enough structure (as I need as well) but a little wiggle room on what you ate & when. I remember them saying they found that this version produced body shape changes that they hadn't seen before, or expected. Here's the website: http://www.dwlz  o/old1972ww.html

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