I know that there is a fit thread around here somewhere and I think that this kinda goes hand in hand with that. I thought this would be a good place to share any tips on staying on your diet and/or losing weight at WDW. Since there are many of us who are trying to lose weight I thought this might be helpful. I have been going to Weight Watchers since this past Thanksgiving. It is my fourth time to join :whistle: and for this past trip I was determined not to gain back the 20lbs that I had managed to lose. For those of you who don't know, WW is based on a points system, each food is given a points amount that is calculated using the total fat, carbs, fiber and protein. Since it is pretty near impossible to locate any nutritional info for WDW (probably since it is all bad for you!), I knew I would have to come up with another plan. I made sure to drink plenty of water. This would also help with staying hydrated on hot days. I also ate some sort of fruit everyday (zero points and a food that keeps you full longer!). Most of my snack credits went towards bottled water and fruit cups. And to keep from having to buy extra waters, I brought crystal light drink flavor thingies so that I could refill at the water fountains. Also, somewhere in my WW materiel it says that something isn't a treat if you have it everyday. That being said, my treats this trip were a pineapple dole whip and a mickey ice cream bar and I only had one of each. I think that the biggest factor for staying on track was portion control. We all know that one dinner plate could probably feed a family of four. Since we were on free dining we never got anything to share (with the exception of one place we did pay). Instead of stuffing myself to the point where I was going to have to roll out of the restaurant, I didn't stop eating when I was full, I stopped eating when I wasn't hungry. For anyone who has ever had a problem with overeating you KNOW what a difference this is! Overall I only gained 1.8lbs during the trip. I always gain a few pounds while I'm there anyways because it is my body's natural reaction to a change in schedule, but I felt that this was pretty good and it would be easy to get back on track and lose the weight.