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How Do I Get A Copy Of The Instructions For Weight Watchers Points Calculator?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How do I get a copy of the instructions for Weight Watchers Points Calculator? I've lost the instructions for my Weight Watchers Points Calculator, does anyone know how I can get a copy.
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How Can I Access A Points Calculator For Weight Loss On line Without Paying Money?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How can I access a points calculator for weight loss on line without paying money? Does anyone know where I can find something similar to the Weight Watchers points calculator online? I want to start using something like that, but I don't want to have to pay $30 a month.
Answer: http://www.my-calorie-counter.com/ i use this one
If You Add Fiber Sure To Your Food Will It Reduce The Weight Watchers Point Value?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
If you add fiber sure to your food will it reduce the weight watchers point value? For example if I have a recipe that is normally 330 calories 7g fat 2 g fiber If I were to add a 1/2 teaspoon of fiber sure that would contribute 2.5 g of fiber to the recipe. Can I now consider the fiber count to be 4+ when I put it through weight watchers point calculator? Thanks!
Answer: you should be able to work it in with the weight watchers diet
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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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
Where Can I Find The Weight Watchers Points Calculator Online?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Where can I find the Weight Watchers Points calculator online? I'm trying to be good and watch what I eat via the weight watchers diet. Where can I find a calculator that will tell me how many points is in the food I'm eating? Do I have to be a member of Weight Watchers? Anyone?????
Answer: You might find one on eBay. Otherwise, you have to be a member. If you go to meetings, just ask and they'll give you an extra. If you want to be on line, they have the on line calculator. Otherwise, do a Go ogle search for the WW Points formula, then you can do the mathematical equation to get the points.
How Can I Get Free On line Weight Watchers Points Calculator - Ex Member Dint Want To Pay Again?From Other - Yahoo! Products Forum:
How can I get free on line Weight Watchers Points Calculator - ex member dint want to pay again? Already have the book but its outdated. Dint go to meetings anymore it would be convenient for me to just log on and look up the items I require the points amount for. There must be a free copy somewhere.
Answer: Not a reliable one for free. Sorry. They usually have mistakes in them. Why not go back to a meeting and at least attend the first one where you get all current plan information in the week one materials - including the new points calculator. They even have a small electronic one for calculating points that runs around $10 you might consider picking up while you are there.
Can I Use My Old Weight Watchers Point Calculator For The New Points Plus Program?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Can I use my old Weight Watchers point calculator for the new Points Plus program? I used to go to meetings so I got a calculator a few years ago when they started counting points, but now I'm doing the new Points Plus program on line Can I use my old calculator?
Answer: If the Calculator is a few years old, it probably won't work with the new Points Plus program. The way to know for sure is if the Calculator asks for the Fiber, Fat, Cabs, & Protein information, then it will work with the new program. If the Calculator asks you for the Calorie information then it won't work. You can also use the on line calculator. Hope this helps :)
Does The Weight Watchers Points Calculator Only Help You Figure Out What Points Foods Have?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Does the Weight Watchers Points Calculator only help you figure out what points foods have? I looked on the web page and it seems that you have to sign up on-line to get anything that will help you log your points or look up recipes. Am I right about this? Does the points calculator have a list of foods and their points? Thanks for any help...I am new to this WW thing and the office is barely ever open for me to contact someone :)
Answer: If you sign up through weight watchers.com and enroll in their on line program (monthly fee) there are other tools in addition to just the points calculator. You can get recipes, exercises, a forum where you can meet other weight watcher dieters. There is actually allot on the site. If you purchase a weight watchers point calculator, yes, it just gives you the points that food has in addition to how many food points you have burned when you exercise.
How Does Weight Watchers Work? Is It A Food Delivery Service Like Weight Watchers?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How does weight watchers work? Is it a food delivery service like weight watchers? If so how does the food taste. I tried weight watchers and it was terrible!
Answer: Your question is confusing. Weight watchers works by a point system. Every food has a point value, you find this out by the calories, dietary fiber, and total fat. If you go ogle weight watchers point calculator, you should find one that will do it for you. Also depending on your weight, age height etc, you are allowed a certain amount of points daily. For example I have 28 points. I think weight watchers is great and have so far lost 15 pounds on it. And their is no food delivery service, you buy your own food. I eat alto of smart ones, there very tasty and have the points right on the box. So whatever you were trying was not weight watchers home delivered food. Try going to a meeting, they are awesome, and you can lose some serious weight!! good luck to you xxx
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