How do you calculate Weight Watchers points?

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Weight Watcher points are figured on a specific calculation using the amount of fiber, fat, and calories in a item. Because this calculation is exclusive to Weight Watchers, they offer many in expensive slider cards, calculators, etc. to help with these calculations.
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1. Look at the food item's packaging or lable for nutrional values. Divide the calories by 50. 2. Divide the total fat grams by 12. 3. Add the values from Steps One and Two to get
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Weight Watchers has many ways to figure the points, online you
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5 points.
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1 egg white is 0 Points or 5 Set Points.
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The primary focus of Weight Watchers is long-term weight management with a commitment to better eating habits and a healthier lifestyle. There are no forbidden foods. Instead, a point system ascribes values to foods.
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