New York -- Weight Watchers, one the nation's largest commercial weight-loss companies, is rounding out its program to help members focus as much on lifestyle changes as counting the points in the foods they eat.
On Monday, the company is unveiling Weight Watchers 360, a plan that offers a range of healthy lifestyle techniques and technology to help people not only lose weight but to also keep it off, says company CEO David Kirchhoff.
It builds on the basic plan, which involves monitoring the foods you eat to produce weight loss. Members will still continue track their food intake with PointsPlus values - numbers assigned to foods based on the content of protein, fiber, carbohydrates and fat.
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