Weight Watchers Repeats Henry Ford’s Blunder



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  1. Steve Bentley says:

    Henry Ford in 1923/4 paid himself 23 million a year !

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  2. Peggy Holloway says:

    Not to mention that they dispense out-dated, faulty nutritional advice and a diet plan that is doomed to be unsustainable, and market junk food as “healthy.”

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  3. carol says:

    We’ve got an epidemic of overweight people in america. Using an app or sitting at home with technology won’t get the weight off. It’s a shame that’s how its expected for weight watchers to make money. Give the world what they want to make some bucks. But I guarantee people won’t be thinner. Yes. Weight watchers encourages sugar free food with aspartame and other so called unhealthy foods. But these people desperately need the weight off and they probably need to start somewhere. Let them get the weight off and slowly introduce them to what you call healthy food. Human contact and accountability are what works. Ww is the expert. Ww would benefit to promote weight loss at peoples work situations with companies backing it and offering insurance incentives. They got what it takes.

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  4. sally jayne says:

    What about weight loss surgeries? Can’t help but wonder if this has had an impact on WW meetings.

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