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Where Can I Get An Original Weight Watchers Calculator?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
where can I get an original weight watchers calculator? my gram ma wanted me to ask where she could get an original weight watchers calculator, she went to the weight watchers place and they didn't have one. she wants the first kind made, not the points plus. if you can find a site, can u put the link in the answers please? 10 Pt's, thanks!
Answer: Get 'em in the Weight Watcher or other similar weight sites... Good luck!
How Do You Use A Weight Watchers Points Calculator?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do you use a weight watchers points calculator? I've tracked down a website for a weight watchers calculator, but I'm a little confused how best to use it. It says to enter calories, fat, and fiber. I understand to enter the total calories, and the grams of fiber. But should I enter the amount of GRAMS of fat, or does that mean to enter the total calories that come from fat? The numbers are substantially different :).
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How Many Points Are Fruits In The New Weight Watcher Plus Program?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How many points are fruits in the new weight watcher plus program? I'm a little confused as to how many points they are worth, because some articles say one, another say zero and then on my weight watcher calculator, it says a Fuji apple is worth 2.5 points! Can someone please clarify what they are worth? Thank you!
Answer: In the new weight watchers points plus program an apple is zero points as long as it is a fresh apple, not dried, canned, etc. When doing fresh fruits and vegetables instead of inputting fat, fiber etc just do a search for the item.
How Do I Calculate How Many Points Are In Any Type Of Food?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
how do I calculate how many points are in any type of food? I have been using the weight watchers calculator to work out how many points in each food but I have lost it. Does any 1 know how to work out the points
Answer: I don't think it's a simple formula since it uses calories, dietary fat grams & total fat grams. Below is a link to the formula if you can figure out how to use it.
For Anyone On Weight Watchers: Was This On line Calculator Accurate?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
for anyone on Weight Watchers: was this on line calculator accurate? i'm female, 18 years old, 5'2'', 150 pounds, and spend most of my day sitting in school. an on line weight watchers calculator said I should have 22 points a day. for anyone who is currently on Weight Watchers, is this accurate? does this mean I HAVE to have 22 points a day? if I have less, will I lose weight faster?
Answer: Depends on if you are doing the old plan or the new plan. The new plan you would have 29 points but if you are doing it on your own the old plan is the easier one to do and your points would be 22 points per day. Eating less does not necessarily make the weight come off faster and can make it harder to maintain your weight in the long run. Stick with the plan and you will have great success
How Do U Edit Points Used On Weight Watchers Calculator?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do u edit points used on weight watchers calculator? With 2012 calculator after u calculate it deducts from allowance. For example u use 2 points of your 40. U have 38 left. Well what if u only ate 1 point instead how can u add the point back to the calculator?
Answer: I don't use my calculator to track my points, I only use it to check the values, especially while grocery shopping. Assuming you track your points either on line or on paper, I'd suggest doing the same. For example, if you calculate the points of something using your calculator, when you get to the end and it tell you the points and asks "USE?" just turn it off, nothing will be recorded. Then record the accurate info of how many points you ate either in your on line or paper tracker.
How Can I Get The Weight Watchers Calculator App For A Blackberry Curve?From Pads & Handholds Forum:
How can I get the weight watchers calculator app for a blackberry curve? I have been searching on line through my BB and on line and I am not having any luck. I just joined WW Sat. and I would like to have that on my phone. I am a new BB user and still don't know a lot about using it to download apps and such. Please help if you have done it or know how to do it. Thanks a bunch!!
Answer: I haven't seen an actual App, but I know they released a "Mobile" Weight Watchers site intended for this purpose! Go to http://mobile.weightwatchers.com (then bookmark for future use).
Does Anyone Know How To Use The Blue Hand Held Weight Watchers Calculator?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
does anyone know how to use the blue hand held weight watchers calculator? I lost the directions. I cant get it to get to where it says enter fat, the fiber and calories. I've tried everything. It just wont do it. If anyone has step by step directions, I would appreciate it. I bought this one two years ago, so maybe its different form the new ones? thank you in advance
Answer: Go to the website and you can get directions there.
How Many Weight Watchers Points In Sada Creamy Coleslaw?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How many weight watchers points in Sada creamy coleslaw? I want to know how many weight watchers points are in Sada creamy coleslaw Per portion G there is: 170 cal 16.4g fat.... 1.3g saturated fat 1.5g fibre 0.3g salt Thanks!
Answer: I go ogled weight watchers calculator and made it 4-5 points
Is There A Weight Watchers Points Calculator App For Pod Touch?From Music & Music Players Forum:
Is there a weight watchers points calculator app for pod touch? I'm not subscribed to weight watchers so I can't access it through the weight watchers mobile. I'm just looking for a simple app that I can plug in the numbers for a food and get how many points it's worth. Is there one?
Answer: Not sure if there is one for the pod, but if you have Internet access, you can use http://www.weight-watchers-calculator.co.uk
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