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01-06-2013, 11:16 AM
Hi Everyone!

Like a lot of you, I had great success on the Momentum plan and then had NO success when I switched over to points plus. I would love to do the momentum plan on my own, but I don't have any of my old materials :( I threw them all away about a year and a half ago when I was cleaning out my home office. I am kicking myself now!

Does anyone know where I can find access to those materials again? I was on Amazon, and some people are sell their starter kits from 2010, but want $70 for them...and that isn't even the right year!

Thanks for any suggestions you have!

01-06-2013, 12:05 PM
Since a point is a point and both plans are counting them, why didn't you have success on Points Plus? Are you a lover of simple carbs because that's where points went up the most. Points Plus points us to a healthier way to eat.

01-06-2013, 12:11 PM
You can try ebay. I too would be interested to know why PP didn't work for you.What did you do differently on PP than momentum?

01-06-2013, 12:14 PM
I didn't think I did anything differently - It's been a while since this happened, so it's hard to do a post-mortum now. All I know is that the Momentum plan "worked" for me, and I perceived the "points plus" plan to not work as well - so I'd like to go with something I perceive to work better - it may just be a mental thing. But I've heard from other people they didn't have as much success on the points plus program, so maybe it is a simple carbs issue? At any rate, I'd like to start with something I have confidence in. Thanks for the ebay suggestion!

01-10-2013, 04:20 PM
I think I'm just being stubborn, but I miss the ww 123 program, where you were given a points range and you could bank your own points. The points also went down with "high fiber" foods. I am going to give the ww pp/360 a good try before reverting back to the old way.

01-12-2013, 12:06 PM
I never did the 123 program, but I'm glad it worked for you! Definitely try the pp/360 program - it's worth a shot and may really "click" with you. I know some people really love it and have had success with it, which is wonderful. I think it is about finding something that works and clicks for you and then committing to it. Momentum clicked for me in a way pp never did, for whatever reason - im just glad I had the presence of mind to see that and not totally throw in the towel!

01-12-2013, 01:03 PM
I'm doing flexpoints, which is momentum. Monentum was the new name of the program that included "core" and "flexpoints". I found a great resource that lists all the flexpoints for every food, at this site

I think also that this site explains the way to "figure" you flexpoints daily

I also have a flexpoints slider. There's one on ebay right now for 15.00

Well, they won't let me post links, send me an email to info at fullmooninn dot com and I will be happy to send you my flexpoint info