1 can of black beans
1 can of corn
1 c chopped tomatoes
1/4 diced red onion
2tsp fresh lemon juice
1 TBSP Apple cider vinegar
1/2 c green pepper
1/2 tsp kosher salt
2 TBSP fresh parsley
Toss and served over shredded chicken, canned chicken, or tuna.
Weight Watchers, now known as WW, is a popular and well-known weight loss and wellness program that focuses on helping individuals achieve their health and weight goals through a combination of healthy eating, physical activity, and behavior change. WW has been around for decades and has evolved over the years to accommodate various dietary preferences and lifestyles. Here’s an explanation of how WW generally works:
SmartPoints System: WW uses a unique point system called SmartPoints to assign values to foods based on their nutritional content. Each member is given a daily SmartPoints target based on factors like age, gender, weight, and activity level. Foods and drinks are assigned SmartPoint values based on their calories, protein, saturated fat, and sugar content. The goal is to stay within your daily SmartPoints budget while making nutritious choices.
ZeroPoint Foods: In addition to daily SmartPoints, WW offers a list of ZeroPoint foods. These are foods that you can enjoy without counting their SmartPoint values. The list includes many fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. ZeroPoint foods are meant to encourage the consumption of healthier options.
Personalized Approach: WW recognizes that one size does not fit all. The program offers different plans (such as myWW) that members can choose from based on their preferences and dietary needs. These plans have different food lists and SmartPoints allocations.
Activity Points: WW encourages physical activity by assigning SmartPoints values to exercise. Members can earn additional SmartPoints through physical activity, which they can choose to use for extra food or save for special occasions.