Interesting post and thread from a 2x/day weigher with lots of interesting feedback about the ups and downs of weighing more than 1x/week recommended by Weight Watchers.
Editorial: I am personally a 1-2x/day weigher, it helps me, I don’t think it helps everyone and it is not part of WW plan. That said, most National Weight Loss Registry participants mention daily weighing as a tool to keep weight off.
Interesting discussion today comparing obesity/weight problems with food addiction and some good responses. Over here on the boards.
Editorial, I agree w/ Roy (the first response to the OP) most of our food issues are not en toto comparable to addiction.
There was a good discussion on (intense) exercise and eating one’s activity points over in the forums here. Highlights from the answers were on the discussion of WW as a lifestyle (not a diet) and the need to track accurately.
PS – it is ok to eat your activity points, but as always let your weight loss be your guide.
Today there is a nice discussion in the GoaD forum about BMI and it’s value, limitations, and attainability.