Ginnifer Goodwin: Lifetime WW member?
says she’s been using the Weight Watchers program since she was 9 years old, talk about starting young. However, it was less about losing weight and more about eating healthy. Experts say kids can use programs like these (since they promote healthy lifestyle choices over calorie restricting), but parents should be careful to call it “being healthy” as opposed to “dieting.” (Source: NY Daily News)
Reality-Check: Ferrin says that weight loss is a process of learning to control your cravings and focusing on food that is good for you and nutritious. So maybe Goodwin just got a headstart on all of us who spent our elementary school days chowing on happy meals.