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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Weight Watchers
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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