1) Weight Watchers does meet the nutritional guidelines. Their food restrictions are based on a point system. The participants have a large range of food to select from as long as they manage their points during the process. 2)Weight Watchers does have an exercise Program. This criteria does meet the Canadian Physical Activity Guide. Participants are required to exercise from 30-60 minutes every day 5 times a week. 3) The food portions of this diet plan are not consistent with the Canada's Health Food Guide. The participants meals aren't measured in portion sizes but in Points. There are no forbidden or required foods with this diet plan. Part C:
1)Like any other diet the Weight Watchers does include side effects. One of the main side effects is Malnutrition. With Weight Watchers, participants sometimes become too focused on how many points they are eating and not focused enough on personal nutrition. Signs and symptoms of malnutrition include fatigue, depression, weakening immune system, anemia, weakness and organ problems. 2)This form of eating will affect your self esteem in most likely a positive way. This diet is known to have worked for many people, including actors and actresses. Two of the main celebrity endorsers for Weight Watchers are Jessica Simpson and Jennifer Hudson. If people feel that this diet has worked for celebrities they will most likely feel more confident about themselves and it will most definitely boost their self-esteem. 3)This form of eating effects your body/shape in a positive way. With this diet participants are almost guaranteed to lose weight. Many people have. 4) If you stop this diet over a period of time your body will start to change. This diet is based on strict portion control but once you decide to go back to eating without portion control , your body will most certainly change. Since this change is negative, your self-esteem will obviously be lowered.