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Introducing myWW, a new program from Weight Watchers Reimagined

JHU partners with WW to offer benefits-eligible employees more than 50% off

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When it comes to losing weight, everyone's needs and eating patterns are different, and what works for one person may not work as well for another. That's why WW (Weight Watchers Reimagined) is now offering its most customized program ever: myWW.

On myWW, you'll find three different plans for members: Green, Blue, and Purple. Here's how it works:

  • New members take an assessment that matches them with the plan that best aligns with their lifestyle.
  • Current members have the option to stay on their current plan or switch to a new one. WW coaches are trained in all three plans and can help members who have questions.
  • The science-backed SmartPoints system remains at the core of all three plans, but each has a different balance of SmartPoints Budget and ZeroPoint foods lists. This personalized approach will help you choose the path to wellness that's right for you. Green guides individuals toward 100+ ZeroPoint foods, with the largest SmartPoints Budget to spend on other foods they love. Blue is based on 200+ ZeroPoint foods to build meals around, with a smaller SmartPoints Budget. (Current WW members will recognize this plan as WW Freestyle.) Purple is composed of 300+ ZeroPoint foods and a more modest SmartPoints Budget.
  • Members who decide that they prefer a different plan have the option to switch at any time.

WW meets members where they are with access to Digital or Digital + Workshops membership plans. Both provide the tools and support users need for success, including food and activity tracking, access to more than 5,000 recipes, a members-only social network, and 24/7 support from WW coaches.

The university partners with WW to offer benefits-eligible employees more than 50% off WW Digital and WW Digital + Workshops for unlimited community meetings. To purchase your discounted WW membership, or for more information, visit Wellness Programs on the Benefits & Worklife website.

Questions can be sent to wellnessprograms@jhu.edu.

For assistance with registration, call WW customer service at 866-204-2885.

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