WW offers two new weight-watching webinars

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WW—formerly known as Weight Watchers—is offering two new webinars this fall, and you don't have to be a member to take part.

Nutritious Food Design

Join chef Ryan Hutmacher at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25, to view his Watch 'n Learn workshop titled Nutritious Food Design. If you do not believe that healthy foods can be both delicious and satisfying, this webinar is for you. Through guided cooking tutorials, Hutmacher reveals a way to reinterpret the foods you should be eating more of, allowing you to experience flavors and textures like never before.

Hutmacher's culinary journey began with a personal health transformation. After years of struggling with his weight, he transformed his eating habits. His cooking style harmonizes flavors and textures reminiscent of the comfort foods people crave. In 2014, he won the Search for the Weight Watchers Chef competition on ABC's The Chew. He is committed, he says, to teaching people that cooking healthful and delicious meals at home is an essential tool for weight loss

You do not need to be a WW member to register for the webinar.

Healthy Eating on the Road

Maybe you're already focused on improving your health and well-being and have a routine in place that's working for you. Or perhaps you're just starting a weight-loss journey and are eager to form new habits. And then it happens: You have to travel for work, or to a family reunion, or for a long-planned weekend getaway.

No worries. WW leader Lisa Shaub will give you strategies and ideas for staying on track in the webinar Healthy Eating on the Road, which will be offered at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Shaub, a leader of 11 meetings a week and a VIP coach for over a decade, has lost 50 pounds on WW and has helped thousands of others work toward their own weight-loss goals.

You do not need to be a WW member to register for the webinar.

JHU membership discount

Johns Hopkins University partners with WW to offer benefits-eligible employees a discount on WW Online and WW Monthly Pass for unlimited community meetings.

To purchase your discounted membership or for more information, click here.

About the new WW name

According to WW, the company's new name supports its mission to "become the world's partner in wellness." Along with weight loss, it supports participants' eating better, moving more, and developing a better mindset through science-based programs, tools, and experiences that work and fit into their lives.