The Best Weight Watchers Zero Point Meals & Recipes
Weight Watchers Zero Point Meals & Recipes
The Weight Watchers Program offers an extensive Zero Points Foods List. ZeroPoint™ foods are the nutrient rich foods that form the foundation of a healthy diet: fruits, non-starchy vegetables, lean proteins, legumes and select non-fat dairy items, such as plain fat free yogurt and cottage cheese.
Zero Point Recipes are made exclusively from these zero point foods. They are some of the best filling foods for weight loss.
While WW does not suggest that its members eat only zero-point foods or zero points recipes for an entire meal or whole day, there are times when this can be a great way to stay on or get back on track:
You’ve splurged (during a vacation or the holidays) and want to hit the reset button by eating healthy whole foods.
You’ve hit a plateau and need to do something different to shake things up.
You want to jumpstart your weight loss journey.
You want to balance out the day following an indulgent breakfast and/or lunch that used up all or most of your daily points budget.
You want to save points for a splurge meal or event.
Looking for delicious zero point Weight Watchers Recipes? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve pulled together this amazing list of delicious healthy weight watchers recipes all with zero points. Enjoy!
Zero (0) Points Weight Watchers Recipes Table of Contents
3-Day Zero Point Meal Plan
Appetizers & Snacks
Salads & Dressings
Desserts & Sweet Treats
But before we get to the recipes here’s a proven effective 3-Day Meal Plan featuring WW Zero Point foods that you can download.
Weight Watchers 3-Day Zero Point Meal Plan
What would happen if you ate only zero point foods for a few days? Sara from The Holy Mess has put together this 3-day meal plan using only WW Zero Point Foods. You’ll find suggestions for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and even an easy zero point dessert. The available downloadable pdf has links to zero point recipes for Sara’s Holy Mess Turkey Chili, Veggie Soup, Tuna Salad, Salsa Chicken Breast and Banana Souffle. All with zero Weight Watchers Points!
Even if you aren’t following the Weight Watchers Diet, this meal plan can be a great way to eat healthier, lose weight and feel fantastic. It may be an inspiring easy way to kick off the new year if:
You’ve fallen off the healthy eating wagon.
You want to feel better in your clothes.
You want to kickstart your weight loss
You want a done-for-you plan so you don’t have to figure out all the details yourself.
You want a confidence boost.
In this video Sara shares tips & hints for achieving maximum success with the 3-day Zero Point Diet Plan:
WW Zero Point Appetizer & Snack Recipes
Zero Points Foods Charcuterie Board – A healthy version of the ever popular charcuterie board perfect for those wanting to lose weight with the WW Point System. A colorful array of thinly sliced vegetables including bell pepper, celery, snap peas, and cucumbers are interspersed with sliced turkey breast form concentric rings around a simple dip made from dry ranch dressing mix and plain Greek yogurt. (found at The Reluctant Entertainer)
Buffalo Chicken Celery Bites – These are the ultimate snack for anyone who considers buffalo chicken one of their favorite foods. They have all the buffalo chicken flavor packed into a crunchy celery stick. High in protein and low in carbs, they’re good for you too! (found at Slender Kitchen)
Taco Spiced Hummus – A fun, flavorful, and lightened up dip that pairs beautifully with veggies for a healthy snack or appetizer. Plain Greek yogurt replaces tahini to keep the fat and calories and point values low. (found at Emily Bites)
Red Pepper Hummus – This Red Pepper Hummus Style Dip is great to serve as a slimming friendly dip with practically anything – it’s perfect when calorie counting or following a diet plan like Weight Watchers. (found at Pinch Of Nom)
Skinny Greek Herb Dip – Here’s a light and refreshing and delicious recipe Weight Watchers friendly dip made with nonfat Greek yogurt, scallions, garlic, cucumber, and fresh herbs with just 29 calories and 0 WW Smart Points in a quarter of a cup serving. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Buffalo Chicken Dip – With a fraction of the calories and ww points found in an original recipe for classic Buffalo Chicken Dip this tasty recipe which can be made in an Instant Pot or Crock Pot is hard to resist. (found at Pointed Kitchen)
Fresh Blender Salsa – If you like fresh salsa, but aren’t a fan of all the chopping that’s usually involved, I think you’ll quickly fall in the love with this simple fresh blender salsa. It can be whipped up in about 15 minutes using a Vitamix (affiliate link), or other high-powered blender (affiliate link)! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Crock Pot Refried Bean Dip – a light and delicious way to enjoy your next party without packing on the pounds. Thanks to fat-free refried beans, cheese and salsa, this simply delicious crock pot refried bean dip has zero WW points. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Simple Deviled Eggs – I’m always amazed at the unwavering popularity of deviled eggs. While you may consider the stuffed hard-boiled egg old fashioned, they are always one of the first things to disappear at any party, potluck, or picnic I’ve ever attended. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Shrimp Cocktail – Simply seasoned and sheet pan roasted shrimp complemented by a spicy homemade sugar-free cocktail sauce. (found at Recipe Diaries)
Baked Kale Chips – a healthy way to satisfy your salty crunch cravings for zero points. (found at Hungry Girl)
WW Zero Point Salad & Dressing Recipes
Zesty Ranch Dressing – This ranch dressing is nothing short of AMAZING!! You can use it as a dip, a dressing on salad or in recipes that call for ranch, The possibilities are endless. (found at Drizzle Me Skinny)
Southwest Chipotle Ranch – A southwestern inspired ranch with a kick. If you like spicy you’ll love this creamy dressing (found at The Skinnyish Dish)
Skinny Salsa Ranch Ranch – Lighten up your favorite salad with this fantastic, salsa ranch dressing! It also makes a yummy sandwich spread or a dip for veggies and reduced-fat tortilla chips. (found at Skinny Kitchen)
WW Chickpea Tuna Salad (Image courtesy SkinnyTaste)
Chickpea Tuna Salad – Chickpea Tuna Salad with capers is perfect for lunch! Quick and easy for meal prep! Healthy and filling, this mayo-less Tuna Salad is loaded with protein and Omega 3s and tastes even better the next day. (found at SkinnyTaste)
Black Bean & Corn Salad – Black beans, corn, cherry tomatoes, red pepper, onion, and fresh lime juice combine to make the ultimate healthy salad. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Creamy Cucumber Salad – A summertime classic made lighter, this is the salad you want to take to your next backyard BBQ. (found at Recipe Diaries)
Simple Lentil Salad – This simple lentil salad – cooked lentils tossed with red wine vinegar, olive oil, scallions and parsley – is a winner in my book. Everyone enjoyed it when I made it recently. I’m still amazed when something this simple turns out so delicious. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Easy Asian Spaghetti Squash Salad – I love how the Weight Watchers Freestyle Program has reinvigorated me to eat more vegetables. To keep from getting bored, I’m having fun seeking out and cooking up new vegetable based recipe ideas. This Asian Spaghetti Squash Salad is a great example. Embellished with red bell pepper, cucumber and scallion, it makes a great 0 Points side dish. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Layered Mediterranean Salad with Creamy Cucumber Yogurt Dressing – Looking for a flavorful, filling salad that works as a side dish or a main course? This colorful, low calorie, flavorful salad is a winner. It is easy to make, filling and full of the fresh sunny flavors of the Mediterranean. A simple do-it-yourself salad that looks and tastes like a gourmet restaurant one! It’s a big hit every time I make it. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Greek Chickpea Salad (photo courtesy MealPlanningMommies)
Greek Garbanzo Bean Salad – One of the questions that continues to come up as this recipe gains popularity is how can a recipe that uses feta cheese be zero points, even on the WW blue plan and purple plan? The quick answer is that the total of Smart Points is lower than the number of servings. So, when you eat ½ cup of this Greek Chickpea Salad it is zero Smart Points but not when you eat 4 cups. Portions sizes matter.
Three Bean Salad – So easy to toss together with these ingredients most of us already have on hand, this salad is a perfect side dish for work potlucks, BBQ’s, and picnics. Years ago I tried a three bean salad that was made with canned green beans, which is pretty common, and very delicious. You can easily substitute the black beans for green beans or try them both and see which one you like best- I must say…both are equally delicious! (found at The Pound Dropper)
Tropical Fruit Salad – This tropical fruit salad, made with fresh papaya, mango, pineapple, bananas and grated coconut is the best tasting fruit salad… EVER!! Of course you can substitute whatever combination of fresh fruit you prefer. (found at SkinnyTaste)
WW Zero Point Soup, Stew & Chili Recipes
WW Zero Point Garden Vegetable Soup – One of my favorite soups is this simple garden vegetable soup. It’s a WW Classic. Brimming with vegetables that you can easily modify to suit your tastes and what’s available/in season. This satisfying soup has been a staple in Weight Watchers world for decades. Some people refer to it as cabbage soup, I guess because it has cabbage in it. You’ll often find a container of it strategically placed in front and center in my fridge, ready and waiting for when hunger pangs strike. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Cauliflower Zucchini Soup – I found this vegetarian cauliflower and zucchini soup recipe in an old Weight Watchers 365-Day Menu Cookbook (affiliate link) which dates back to 1981. The lemon juice really perks it up. I used vegetable broth (affiliate link) instead of water, which deepened it’s color. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Taco Soup – Healthy Taco Soup is packed with chicken breast, beans, corn, tomatoes, and tons of taco flavor. Cooked in the slow cooker or on the stovetop, this easy meal will feed a crowd and couldn’t be easier to make. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Quick & Easy Chicken White Bean Salsa Soup – You won’t believe how deliciously satisfying this super simple chicken white bean salsa soup is. One of my favorite ways to use up leftover rotisserie chicken it has become a staple at our house, especially at this time of year, when quick and easy is the name of the game. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Slow Cooker Bean & Cabbage Soup – This slow cooker bean and cabbage soup is easy, healthy & satisfying with just 198 calories, 0 WW Freestyle SmartPoints & works with Simply Filling. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Easy White Chili – This Weight Watchers Chili Recipe is packed with chicken breast, beans, corn and uses store-bought green salsa to make a super delicious and spicy broth. Make it in your slow cooker, Instant Pot, or stovetop. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Skinny Slow Cooker Southwest Chicken Soup – Easy to make and flavorful without being too spicy, this lightened up southwest chicken soup is a winner in my book. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Sassy Salsa Pumpkin Soup – A spicy chunky pumpkin soup that’s as easy as it is delicious. The type of salsa you choose will determine how spicy the soup is. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Instant Pot Chicken Zoodle Soup – Classic chicken noodle soup made in an Instant Pot with spiralized zucchini instead of traditional noodles! Healthy, easy, and so delicious. (found at Hungry Girl)
Creamy Butternut Squash & Apple Soup – This nice and simple puree of squash and apples has just a hint of fall spice and can be enjoyed hot, chilled, or at room temperature. To save time, you can purchase fresh or frozen squash that has already been peeled and cubed. Garnish with optional chopped mint. (found at Weight Watchers)
WW Simply Filling Slow Cooker Pumpkin Black Bean Chili – Easy, healthy and delicious with just 162 calories and 0 Points, this can be made vegetarian by leaving out the chicken and substituting vegetable broth for chicken broth. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable Soup – This is one of those easy, healthy, delicious recipes you’ll make again and again, like WW Classic Zero Points Garden Vegetable Soup. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Easy Lentil Soup – Of the zillion soup recipes I’ve been trying this winter, this easy lentil soup recipe is my favorite. I’m pretty sure I’ve said that about every soup recipe I’ve made, but I seriously love this one. The lentils are healthy and filling. It’s the perfect soup to make on a Sunday afternoon, and store in the refrigerator for the week to scoop out a cup for lunch each day. (found at Recipe Girl)
Asian Chicken Soup – A light yet flavorful Asian inspired chicken soup with garlic, ginger, mushrooms and leeks. (found at Meal Planning Mommies)
Turkey Vegetable Soup – A hearty soup recipe made with ground turkey, added vegetables, tomato, beans and spices. I like this soup because it’s pretty hearty with all of the veggies packed into it. The ground turkey adds the protein element to the soup. And kidney beans add to the bulk of it too.Chili powder and cumin give this turkey vegetable soup nice flavor. (found at Recipe Girl)
Rustic Roasted Ratatouille Soup – Make an unforgettable lunch or a warming dinner party starter in one short hour with this hearty French-inspired soup. Based on the classic roasted vegetable dish, this soup is ultra filling and features a beautiful array of colors that will impress guests. Roasting the vegetables first makes them super silky and rich adding incredible flavor to this recipe. (found at Weight Watchers)
Tandoori Roasted Cauliflower Soup – This Indian inspired vegetable soup is full of flavor. Pureeing only part of the ingredients gives this soup a smooth, creamy base without adding fat. The addition of bite-size veggies and roasted cauliflower lends a nice, hearty feel. (found at Weight Watchers)
Slow Cooker White Bean Chicken Chili Verde – I’ve always loved chili verde, so was happy to discover this lightened up version of the Mexican classic dish in The Skinnytaste Cookbook. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Zero Point Weight Watchers Dinner Recipes
Slow Cooker Santa Fe Chicken – This is the perfect dump and go slow cooker recipe – no pre-cooking, and made with pantry staples. It’s also healthy, inexpensive and can be enjoyed so many ways. Now with Instant Pot directions. (found at Skinny Taste)
Slow Cooker Italian Red Pepper Chicken – Simple, packed with flavor, and versatile. Great for meal prep, serve it over pasta or rice, in a sandwich with melted cheese, layered on a pizza, or even scrambled into your morning eggs. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Chicken Burrito Bowls – Filled with chicken, cilantro lime cauliflower rice, corn, black beans, topped fat free salsa, and non fat Greek yogurt, these bowls are perfect for busy weekday lunches and dinners. (found at The Pound Dropper)
Sheet Pan Fajitas – This sheet pan meal makes for a quick and easy dinner-perfect for those busy weekday nights. (found at The Pound Dropper
Slow Cooker Garlic Turkey Breast – Now that I’ve discovered the ease of cooking turkey breast in the slow cooker, I don’t think that I will ever go back to roasting it in the oven. It’s just too simple + delicious. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Vegetarian Slow Cooker Tuscan Lentil Sloppy Joes – This easy to make vegetarian meal is filling, nutritious, and great for an easy weeknight meal or meal prep. What’s not to love? (found at Slender Kitchen)
Crock Pot White Beans & Shrimp – Here’s an easy, light, healthy and delicious recipe perfect for summer, or any time of year. Served with a simple tossed green salad and warm crusty bread, it makes for a simple satisfying supper. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
2-Ingredient Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken – One of those great Weight Watchers recipes for good reason. Salsa + chicken in the crock pot is hard to beat for its ease and versatility. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Slow Cooker Foil-Wrapped Fish – I love making this slow cooker fish because everyone can season it according to their own tastes and clean-up is a breeze! Use whatever fish and seasoning you like best. So easy, healthy and delicious. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
CrockPot Buffalo Chicken – This is a great easy to make, crowd-pleasing recipe. The best part about this dish is that the ingredients are simple and most of them you would have on hand anyways! It also makes your house smell amazing while it cooks. (found at Midget Momma)
Slow Cooker Szechuan Chicken & Broccoli – Easy, healthy and delicious, this slow cooker Szechuan chicken and broccoli is a great Weight Watchers Simply Filling way to satisfy a craving for Chinese food. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore – a delicious dinner recipe that you’re going to be crazy about. Chicken thighs or breasts are slow cooked with tomatoes, garlic, onion, bell pepper and spices to create a wonderful chicken tomato sauce. Use the sauce to top noodles or rice, or eat it all on its own. (found at Recipe Girl)
Low-Fat Chicken Asparagus Stir-Fry – Stir-fries can be a glorious combination of health AND flavor. There’s really only one trick to success with them. Be prepared! Have all the ingredients measured out and ready to add as needed. For this chicken stir-fry dinner, it’s easy. Cube the meat, combine the liquids, prepare the asparagus and stir-fry everything until done, which takes less than 10 minutes. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Grilled Turkey Lula Kebabs – Grilled Turkey Lula Kebabs are packed with Mediterranean flavors and made on the grill or in the oven for a delicious and healthy meal. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Meal Prep Taco Bowls with Cauliflower Rice – These delicious Taco Bowls with Cauliflower Rice can be made in under 20 minutes and are a low carb, Whole30, and Paleo-friendly meal that is packed with flavor. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Grilled Lemon Chicken Breasts with Tarragon – Marinating in a simple combination of white wine, lemon juice, tarragon and garlic ensures these Weight Watchers grilled lemon chicken breasts are moist and flavorful. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Baked Chicken Fajitas – This WW friendly dinner recipe is a lifesaver. It has become go-to in our house and is a favorite of everyone. I love the easy to make seasoning blend because it has less salt in it. Plus this is a great way for me to have a low carb high in vegetables meal. Bonus is this fits easily into my Weight Watchers SmartPoints needs weighing in at only 3 SmartPoints per serving on the Beyond the Scale plan or Zero Points on the Flex Plan or Freestyle Plan! (found at You Brew My Tea)
Slow Cooker Shredded Mexican Chicken – Mexican inspired slow cooked chicken perfect for tacos, salads, and burritos! (found at The Skinnyish Dish)
Healthy Cauliflower Arroz con Pollo – Classic arroz con pollo made lighter thanks to cauliflower rice. All the luscious flavors of the original dish with 0 WW Points. (found at Hungry Girl)
Baked Fish with Lemon & Herbs – Here’s an easy baked fish recipe with lemon and herbs that couldn’t be quicker, simpler or more delicious. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Shoyu Ahi Poke – the traditional Hawaiian dish of raw fish seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil. You don’t have to wait for your next vacation to Hawaii, you can make it yourself, it’s easy to do! What matters most is the quality of the fish. (found at Skinny Taste)
Sheet Pan Chicken Shawarma – Amazing and simple to whip up! The flavor is so good and the best part… this is a 0 Points. You just need to add points for the pita if you choose or you can serve it over some rice, or even top a salad with it. (found at Drizzle Me Skinny)
Falafel Burgers – These tasty Falafel Burgers are a great, slimming friendly alternative to the shop bought version, and great if you’re calorie counting or following Weight Watchers! (found at Pinch of Nom)
Egg Cauliflower Fried Rice – This Egg Fried Cauliflower Rice is so easy to make, tastes delicious and is zero SmartPoints on Weight Watchers. (found at Pointed Kitchen)
Tomato & Bean Casserole – Tomato and bean casserole should become an every day dish. Perfect for casserole lovers looking for a healthy vegetarian option. (found at Snack Girl)
One Pot Vegetable Curry – Today I’m sharing a recipe for WW Quick Vegetable Chickpea Curry. Perfect for vegetarians and vegans or anyone looking for a gluten-free, low calorie meal idea you make in a single skillet. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
WW Zero Point Breakfast Recipes
Southwest Black Bean Egg Muffins – Packed with eggs, black beans, red pepper, onion, and a touch of jalapeno for a spicy and hearty egg muffin that’s only 75 calories! Make them on the weekend and eat them all week for breakfast. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Tofu Scramble – A tofu scramble is almost as simple as an egg scramble. You crumble the tofu, heat it for about 8 minutes, and add spices. The tofu is already “cooked” so all you are doing is heating it up and releasing some of the water so it is more solid. A great plant based alternative. (found at Snack Girl)
Turkey Breakfast Sausage Patties – These turkey breakfast sausage patties are so good, this recipe is simple and is all about those spices! It is best if you make these up the night before to let the spices really soak into the meat but if time does not allow they are still delicious. (found at Drizzle Me Skinny)
Banana Syrup (pancake & French Toast Topping) – Mashed banana with vanilla and cinnamon, heated until warm. It is a luxurious sugar free healthy alternative to traditional pancake and french toast toppings (found at Snack Girl)
Muffin Tin Eggs – If you want an easy make-ahead breakfast, these turkey sausage muffin tin eggs are ideal! Not only are they WW friendly, but they are also a fast, easy, and protein-packed breakfast that is sure to please! (found at You Brew My Tea)
Bell Peppers with Chickpea Mash, Eggs & Harissa – This flavor-packed recipe is a nice change of pace from the usual fried egg breakfast, plus you start your day with a serving of vegetables right out of the gate. (found at Weight Watchers)
WW Zero Point Dessert Recipes & Sweet Treat Recipes
2-Ingredient Creamy Jello Yogurt Fluff – A light and delicious low calorie sweet treat you can make in a variety of flavors. It’s hard to beat when you are looking for a guiltless low calorie sweet treat. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Brownie Batter Chocolate Hummus – Surprisingly delicious, no one will ever guess this is sweet treat is made with beans. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Fro-Yo Grapesicles – a fun frozen sweet treat for Weight Watchers of all ages. (found at Hungry Girl)
Creamy Chocolate Yogurt – A nutritious and delicious creamy sugar free snack that will satisfy your sweet tooth and chocolate cravings for 0 WW Freestyle Smart Points! (found at Simple Nourished Living)
1-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream – This recipe has a lot going for it. It’s quick and easy and perfect for summer. It’s low-calorie, low-fat, gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan! And it’s packed with vitamins and minerals to do your body good. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
2-Ingredient Watermelon Ice Cream – Two Ingredient Watermelon Ice Cream is the perfect creamy, healthy treat that’s bursting with the flavor or fresh watermelon and is easy to make. (found at Slender Kitchen)
2-Ingredient Watermelon Lime Sorbet – Two common ingredients—watermelon and lime juice—are all you need to make this refreshing dairy-free summer dessert. With no added sugar and *0 SmartPoints, it’s a great way to enjoy frozen dessert, especially if you have a problem with lactose and heavily processed ice cream or frozen yogurt. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Scoopable Slow Cooker Apple Pie – Everyone knows the best part of apple pie is the gooey, fruity filling! So get in front of those dessert cravings with this healthy make-ahead creation. Perfect stirred into oatmeal, spooned over yogurt, enjoyed a la mode… You name it! Slow-cook once; indulge for days. (found at Hungry Girl)
Low Calorie Coffee Jelly/Jell-O – Coffee jelly is light and not too sweet, though you can adjust the sweetness to your liking. It’s perfect as an after-dinner dessert. Since first testing this out, I have tried it with decaf and the flavor and texture is still perfect — the caffeine level is almost non existent which might be useful if you’re sensitive to caffeine. (found at Simple Nourished Living)
Microwave Pumpkin Custard – Microwave Pumpkin Custard is the perfect way to indulge in a pumpkin dessert without having to even turn on the oven. It’s tastes just like pumpkin pie filling but is made with just a few ingredients in your microwave for a guilt-free, delicious treat. (found at Slender Kitchen)
Easy Sugar Free Banana Souffle – This personal size Banana Soufflé Recipe is a delicious healthy treat. Best of all, it’s zero Weight Watchers points for most members. (This recipe does have points for diabetic members only.) Once you try it, you will be making our Zero Point Dessert Banana Soufflé recipe often.
Zero Point WW Cheesecake – This delicious dessert will have you loving being able to indulge your sweet tooth and use no, zip, zilch, zero points. (found at Slap Dash Mom)
Lime Fluff – Sweet, tart and creamy this Lime Fluff is easy to make and is zero Smart Points on WW. (found at Pointed Kitchen)
*PersonalPoints® calculated by WW. *PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc. All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. SmartPoints® values calculated WITHOUT each plan’s ZeroPoint Foods (Green plan, Blue plan, Purple plan) using the WW Recipe Builder.
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Martha is the founder and main content writer for Simple-Nourished-Living.
A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.
She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.
A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’re likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.
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