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Danielle Thomas, the Weight Watcher’s exec who was found dead in a bathtub and killed by her Wall Street attorney boyfriend, Jason Bohn, will have her troubling case detailed on an episode of CBS 48 Hours. The episode featuring the sad New York case is titled, “A Raging Son.” It tells the story of an... Show More Summary
Weight Watchers shares fell by as much as 10% in after-hours trading on Thursday after the company reported second-quarter revenue that was short of analysts' estimates. The weight-loss-assistance company said it earned $310 million,...Show More Summary
When Gayle King and Oprah Winfrey first made the public aware that they were both using Weight Watchers to lose weight, it became a competition of sorts between the best friends. As reported by the Inquisitr, Oprah lost 26 pounds initially on Weight Watchers, while Gayle at first lost only seven pounds in the first... Show More Summary
You might need to sit down. Oprah Winfrey is releasing a cookbook in early 2017. You read that correctly. According to the Associated Press, Oprah will pen a recipe book inspired by her experience with Weight Watchers. In a statement,...Show More Summary
You can eat bread, yes, you can eat bread. In fact, you'll soon be able to eat Oprah's bread. After being inspired by her experience on Weight Watchers, Oprah Winfrey is writing her first cookbook, Food, Health and Happiness: 'On Point' Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life, which will come ... More »
Jamie G. grew up in Woodbridge, NJ, and at the age of 17, she realized that her weight was affecting her in more ways than she realized. With the support of her mother, she decided to begin her weight-loss journey. "My mom thought IShow More Summary
Oprah has recently been very vocal about the success of her Weight Watcher's diet, and how much she loves the fact that she can still eat bread. And who better to illustrate Oprah's unequivocal, unconditional love of bread, than theShow More Summary
If you watch TV, you're probably aware by now that Oprah loves bread. She loves it, you guys. She loves it so, so much. She feels so passionately about carbs that it was the subject of her Weight Watcher's commercial. You know, the one...Show More Summary
Y'all bready for this?
Since partnering with Weight Watchers, Oprah Winfrey has been very candid about her own struggles with her weight and her current weight loss. Recently, Oprah lost 30 pounds and she’s look even better than ever, crediting having a good support system as the reason why she’s lost so much weight. Show More Summary
Why do newly thin people often regain the weight they struggle so hard to lose? It’s a familiar tale told countless times. A woman (or a man) is overweight. She joins Weight Watchers and exercises and watches the calories and through sheer hard work and discipline she loses the weight she was aiming to lose. Show More Summary
One of my favorite GIFs of all time is one of Oprah in her Weight Watchers commercial with the caption "I love bread." Every time I look at it, I'm like "Same, girl. Same." Oprah is just so real, and many of us can relate to her in so many ways - especially her approach to food and dieting. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Shares of Weight Watchers International Inc rose nearly 16 percent on Thursday after the weight management company rode the Oprah Winfrey wave to post its first growth in North American subscribers in at least two years.Show More Summary
Skinny professor: John [a chubby professor] and I started Weight Watchers together at the same time! –Hostos Faculty Dining Room Overheard by: glad she's leaving Skinny girl to clerk: Hi, do you have a soy-based, non-dairy substitute for heavy cream? –Whole Foods, Union Square Overheard by: office peon loves Thanksgiving food Girl ordering Coffee Coolatta […]
Oprah Winfrey decided to casually stop by a Weight Watchers meeting in New York City this week, as if she is not Oprah-Freaking-Winfrey, one of the most famous and beloved celebrities of all time. According to People, Oprah has already...Show More Summary
Have you heard? Weight Watchers wants you to love yourself—to understand you’re more than mere numbers on a scale. Read more...
Weight Watchers has changed a lot in the years since Queens housewife Jean Nidetch started the company after a neighbor assumed she was pregnant (she wasn't.) Though still a popular way to take off the pounds, the company now preaches body acceptance before dieting, and there's no better proof than the upcoming issue of Weight Watchers magazine. Show More Summary
We thought Oprah Winfrey just had Weight Watchers to thank for her current weight-loss journey, but it turns out the former talk show host is also crediting a guy! The Big Guy, to be exact. During the Super Soul Sessions on Saturday, the powerful personality opened up about her past problems with other diet and exercise [...]
The star shared the news on Instagram, adding that her longtime love isn’t doing the program to lose weight.