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If you want healthy recipes, don't bother with this magazine.,
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This review is from: Weight Watchers Magazine (Magazine)
I have been a WW lifetime member since 2000, and I also worked at WW as a receptionist for three years. I used to rely heavily on the magazine for healthy recipe ideas. I liked to use it for idea of things to make for my entire family or to take to parties so we could all eat together and I could stay on track. I decided to get a subscription again this January to help my stick to my New Year's resolution. I figured that with the magazine showing up every other month, I'd get a little help following through right about when I might otherwise give up.
I am utterly disappointed. Instead of lots of recipes (enough to warrent having a recipe index, as the magazine used to), now it is full of fashion advice and "meal ideas" that are often in single-serve portion sizes (don't people on diets eat with their families??) and that seem designed to avoid cooking by using various prepared foods that often have, in my opinion, dubious ingredients of their own.
If I want fashion advice, I'll stick with IN STYLE. If I want healthy recipes, I'll stick with COOKING LIGHT. I have canceled my subscription to WW Magazine.