When I was younger I tried WW at home which worked until I forgot to log in for a few days and then I just lost it. Also tried the Cabbage Soup for a week. It was meant to be a kick-start to healthy eating but was so disgustign I just went straight back to my normal foods!
I tried WW online but I was living in catered halls during my first year at university and there were never any real healthy choices so it was hard to follow. I did lose about 4kg on it but then my laptop busted for about a week and that derailed me.
I cut down on on starch that summer to lose my Fresher Fifteen. Stopped having potatoes with dinner, had cereal instead of toast, salads instead of sandwiches and managed to lose just under a stone. I was also working 10-8 six days a week which didn't give me much time for in between snacking.
Last year I tried Slimming World which really didn't work for me. I'm quite good at eating healthy anyway and I realised my main problem is portion control which isn't SW's strongest point.
Did a bit of Intermittent Fasting a couple of months ago which worked really well and I found easy enough to do, but when life got stressful with rehearsals and a breakup, I found it hard to keep going and piled it all back on again.
Now I'm in the middle of trying Intuitive Eating with the help of Paul McKenna's book and CD. Eating slowly, eating consciously and not being afraid to leave food on my plate are all massive issues for me so I'm hoping to get that sorted out and finally have a healthy relationship with food where I don't obsess and think about it all the time!