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01 December 2010

Weight Watchers updates points system

Weight Watchers, the international weight-management and packaged food company, has revised its popular points weight-loss system for the first time in 13 years, the company said.

Weight Watchers, the international weight-management and packaged food company, has revised its popular points weight-loss system for the first time in 13 years, the company said.

"We've learned so much more (since the original points system) in terms of weight management science. It was time for an overhaul," she said. "We've translated the new science of the last 13-15 years into a liveable system."

 
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