Weight Watchers vs Calorie Counting

Stay healthy is everyone’s goal. Many people do sports to make them stay healthy inside and outside. Other people are selective to choose healthy food which is known as diet. Today we will review two different diets; Weight Watchers and Calorie Counting. These two diet programs concern about calorie, calories is an energy consumption through eating and drinking, and energy usage through physical activity.

Weight Watchers vs Calorie Counting

Weight Watchers
Weight Watchers using points-based group weight loss program; it is available in application you can download from your smartphone. You can eat which food you want to eat, but you have to concern about the calorie you consume each day. For example, you want to eat something, the ‘points value’ that you can be accessed by smartphone or computer. What you need to do is find the name of the food or you can barcode the food to check the nutrition information.

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Weight Watchers claim that you can lose your weight up to 2 pounds in one week. Weight Watchers application is free if you download the basic account, but it is not free for the online version that equipped with free e-tools, this online version ($3.99) can be used to scan the product barcode and shows the per-serving points. But there are more 30,000 foods in the database. However, there are some foods cannot show up. You have to pay $19.95 per month, and after you have reached your goals, you don’t need to pay any more.

Weight Watchers

Calorie Counting
Calorie Counting is an online website that allows you to count your calorie. It is said that Calorie Counting as the most effective weight loss method. Calorie Counting can be accessed from www.weightlossresources.co.uk. First, you will need to work out how many calories you have to burn each day to maintain your weight, and how many to lose weight at a rate of 1-2 lbs a week.

Next, you have to concern of how many calories the foods and drinks you consume each day, to make sure you have a negative calorie balance. On their website, they also give a free trial to check out your daily calorie allowance, interactive goal setting tool, online food and exercise diary, calorie and nutrition database and exercise database. You can access the free trial for free within 24 hours. But there are only a few reviews about Calorie Counting.

Calorie Counting

Conclusion
In conclusion, even these two diet programs have some similarities, but weight watchers is better than Calorie Counting because it provides more choices than Calorie Counting. Weight Watcher provides online meeting, access through Weight Watchers app, and the weekly meeting. While in Calorie Counting, it is a little bit complicated because you have to access the website online and they just give 24 hours free trial.