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Weight Watchers and search terms related to Weight Watchers are searched via blog search 689 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 80 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Weight Watchers, should earn roughly $4 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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How Many Weight Watchers Point Would A Shrimp Stuffed Jalapeno Be?From Other - Food & Drink Forum:
How many weight watchers point would a shrimp stuffed jalapeno be? I have just started Weight watchers and had a church function tonight at Rock fish and I ate really good except for eating 1 shrimp stuffed jalapeno. I looked on the weight watchers website but couldn't find anything that matched.
Answer: Probably 0 points for one. Was it marinated in anything? The jalapeno is 0 points and 1 shrimp would only be a fraction of a point so unless it was wrapped in bacon and/or marinated/basted with some kind of sauce don't worry about it. Weight Watchers works!!
How Many Weight Watchers Points Plus Points Do I Get For Exercising A Hour?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How many weight watchers points plus points do I get for exercising a hour? I'm on weight watchers points plus. Each day I get 29 points. How many points do I get for exercising for a hour? Please help!
Answer: Hi! I found this chart which should help: http://onemorepound.com/2009/09/02/weight-watchers-activity-points/ You should consider starting a mission at WNW.loopchange.com It is free and there are others who are helping and encouraging each other through weight loss journeys.
How Do You Calculate How Many Weight Watchers Points plus I Can Have?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do you calculate how many weight watchers points plus I can have? Weight watchers changed their points system for the first time in 13 years this week! I need to figure out how many points I can have on the new system. What's the formula for pointsplus? Thanks!
Answer: Well as a weight watchers member they will tell you. I am an on line member so mine was automatically calculated the next time I logged in. Otherwise I am sure they will tell you at your next meeting.
What Are Weight Watchers Points In Equivalent To Calories?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What are Weight Watchers points in equivalent to calories? What are Weight Watchers points in equivalent to calories? For instance, how many calories would 29 Weight Watchers points be? Thanks!
Answer: I cannot get it either. Your BM (based on your gender, height, weight and age), your growth and physical activity should tell you how many calories you need. Then eat enough to cover your BM and exercise for 3,500 calories to lose each pound of fat reserves. The Weight Watchers points system looks like the IRS code.
How Many Weight Watchers Points In A Sweet Potato Pie From Bojangles?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How many weight watchers points in a sweet potato pie from bojangles? I can't find it in my weight watchers point book how many points are in a slice of sweet potato pie. Can someone please assist me if they know the answer?
Answer: Sweet potatoes are good, like apples are good. Sweet potatoes pies or apple pies…are not so good. Personally, I’ve never been in a Bojangles restaurant (or a Dairy Queen, Jack in the Box, White Castle, Sonic and such). I don’t need weight watchers but you might need to stay home and cook healthy meals. You want a sweet potato and don’t know how to cook…you pop one in the microwave for a few minutes. Do not boil it and lose water soluble vitamins. Fast food restaurants should not even be in your vocabulary if you have some weight issues. Maybe you cannot find some weight watchers points for a place you're not supposed to be at.
How To Keep The Weight Off After Weight Watchers Weight Loss?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How to keep the weight off after weight watchers weight loss? I have been using the Weight Watchers Points Plus Program. I have lost nearly lbs. I have the weight LOSS system down. I need suggestions on how to maintain the weight and keep myself from gaining weight back. I have just started going to the gym. I will be starting up my Buckram Yoga again soon as well. Anything further would be appreciated.
Answer: You need to go on a maintenance diet for the rest of your life. You need to stick to your Weight Watchers points quota per day and allow yourself only a few extra points a day and keep checking your weight once or twice a day. If you start gaining weight you need to reduce your points quota and if you start losing weight you could allow yourself a few extra points.
How Much Does It Cost To Attend Weight Watchers Meetings?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How much does it cost to attend Weight Watchers meetings? I am already paying for Weight Watchers On line and points plus but I want to start attending meetings. The website doesn't give any details like a number to call or how much it costs. Any ideas? Would I get a discount since I already pay Abbot $17 for online? I've heard if you go to meetings you get to do on line for free... ?
Answer: Hi, I work for Weight Watchers I am so glad that you would like to attend the meetings. Here's Weight Watchers # 1-800-651-6000. If you call them they will help you to cancel your current on line plan. I would suggest that you purchase the Monthly Pass if it's available in your area. The cost of the Monthly Pass is generally $39.95 a month, and that will include the meetings, materials, etools- which is a great on line resource, and if you have a smart phone there is an app you can download too. You can purchase the Monthly Pass when you call Weight Watchers, or at the meeting. Check out Weight watchers.com for meeting times and locations in your area. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions. Enjoy your journey with Weight Watchers, it's the best!
How Do I Calculate How Many Weight Watchers Points I Can Eat?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do I calculate how many Weight Watchers points I can eat? I am trying to start weight watchers but cannot afford it! I need to know how to calculate my points allowance per day. I found one post on here that helped, but didn't tell me the weight of a "stone" to finish the calculation! So please, if someone can give me the complete calculation formula, I would appreciate it!
Answer: Considering you are inquiring about how many points allowed per day, I am assuming you plan to follow the "Flex Plan" (there are two options- Flex and Core). To find your daily points allowance, give yourself the number of points listed next to the option that fits your situation best: Your sex: If you are female- score 2 points If you are male- score 8 If you are nursing- score 12 Your age: 17 to 26- score 4 27 to 37- score 3 38 to 47- score 2 48 to 58- score 1 Over 58- score 0 Your current weight: Enter the first 2 digits of your weight in pounds. If you are 175 lbs for example, you would enter "17". Your height: under 5'1"- score 0 5'1" to 5'10"- score 1 Over 5'10"- score 2 Your activity level on most days of the week, how do you spend your day?: sitting down- score 0 occassionally sitting, but mostly standing- score 2 walking most of the time- score 4 doing physically hard work most of the time- score 6 Add up all your scored points- that is your daily points target. As you celebrate your birthday, increase your daily activity, or as you lose weight, you will need to keep retaking this quiz to most accurately figure your points allowance. Keep in mind that people who attend Weight Watchers meetings lose X more than those who go at it alone. To find a meeting location near you or to find out the current price promotions for membership, please look at their website: www.weightwatchers.com
What'S The Difference Between Men And Women Weight Watchers?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
What's the difference between men and women weight watchers? I'm thinking about joining weight watchers to lose a few lbs. I'm a male, but I'm transgendered, and I want a more feminine figure, not a masculine figure. I already have wide hip bones, but my upper body fat is kind of a problem. Would choosing women weight watchers make a difference?
Answer: There is no man or woman weight watchers its for everyone. Men as a rule tend to lose more body fat quicker than females so I don't know if that helps you out... you can always sit in on a meeting before you decide and talk to someone there to find out if their program is for you.
How Can I Get A Weight Watchers Promotion Code For The On line Version?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How can I get a weight watchers promotion code for the on line version? I'd like to re-sign up for the on line version of weight watchers. When signing up, it asks for a promotion code. How do I get one? I can't seem to find one on line. Do I have to go to a meeting to get one or something of that nature?
Answer: Weight Watchers has moved away from the promotion code - even thought there is still a box for it on the website. It is a little confusing... When I asked, they told me that they were trying out on line coupons instead. The coupon gives you over 25% off your first three months. If you live in Canada you can get the Weight Watchers 25% off coupon here: http://www.canbuy.ca/weightwatchers.asp Best of luck!
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