Weight Watchers: remove your weight loss app for kids

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Dan Sullivan
2 weeks ago
Kids and teenagers have far too much pressure on them as is without apps like this existing as well.

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Rachel Looney
Jun 7, 2020
I have suffered from an eating disorder because of dieting

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Reeve Coobs
Mar 21, 2020
I did weight watchers as a child. It only made my eating habits worse. This madness HAS to stop!

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Chloe Kueppers Hill
Dec 22, 2019
Weight watching for kids doesn't even sound right. It's one thing to strategically give your kids a proper and healthy diet but a diet for kids should not include the idea of weight loss. rather then the idea; to be healthy. Its how you display and word this....

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Linda Devivo
Nov 22, 2019
This issue needs to be addressed.

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Melanie Rhoades
Nov 1, 2019
This is dangerous and a cynical, greedy way to make money, off the pain of children!

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Wendi Dahlberg
1 year ago
Focus on weight will ruin your life.

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Lyndall Nokes
1 year ago
This is not OK. Kids should not be shamed for their weight or image when they are still growing.

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Kartanya Martinez
1 year ago
Totally irresponsible and predatory! Our children are already targeted by the eternal increase of savagery on this planet. Statistics surrounding youth/child suicide is epidemic on a universal scale. Given your statistics and targeted marketing to make the shareholder dollar off of the back of habitual re-enrolment of clientele after regaining lost weight this app is nothing short of predatory and is blatant grooming for future clientele to fatten your slovenly shareholders wallet whilst enabling them to down their copious addictions to fine wine and caviar whilst your bid for potential future clientele rests solely on whether these kids haven't put the rope around their neck first. Or is that the new KPI benchmark?

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ian patterson
1 year ago
Kids are growing and shouldn't be told to eat less.