WW encourages the following of the healthy guidelines in the material. All points are not equal in healthy/nutritious food.
That being said, WW does not say you can't eat Pringles and Twinkies, but it should be sparingly.
If it keeps you away from worse fast food, I would suggest this, pick one thing each day to be a treat, pick a time of day when you have time to sit down and savor it. Or pick up some of the little snack bars at a WW meeting, but you still can't eat a dozen of those either.
The rest of the day, take advantage of the free fresh veggies and fruit for your snacks.
Above all stay committed and keep plodding along.
Eliana, who posts a lot in other threads made a committment a little over a year ago to work on her weight loss and exercise for one whole year, getting up more than she fell down, just so she could see where she would be in a year. She's lost over 75 pounds!
5+ year maintainer.
The human body is capable of amazing things! But without the mind, it is nothing. Get your mind in gear and the body will follow!
Be selfish about caring for yourself, you deserve it!
Weight Watcher leader! But always a Member first!