all

Weight Watcher Points Calculator

Disclaimer: Calculator.net has no affiliation with Weight Watchers®, and information provided on this page was obtained from Wikipedia under the GNU Free Documentation License. Calculator.net does not purport to have any relationship with Weight Watchers® and has no intent to present Weight Watchers’® product as its own. This calculator’s intent is to provide a convenient method for estimating point values based on formula from Wikipedia.

The weight watcher point system is a tool intended to help people control or lose weight in a way that influences a person’s overall lifestyle and eating habits. This calculator can be used to estimate the point value of a food with known parameters.

Latest Calculator

Effective after December 2015, points are based on calories, sugar, saturated fat, and protein. Fruits and most vegetables are still zero-point foods. The nutrients from fruits and vegetables are only factored in if they are mixed with other food. In 2018, a new point system was implemented. This system still uses the same calculation system, but includes over 200 new zero points foods, mostly lean proteins, such as eggs, most seafoods, tofu, skinless chicken breast, and many more. The new system also allows the rollover of 4 unused points per day into a person’s weekly points allotment. As a result of these changes, a person’s daily points allotment has slightly decreased. However, the changes should still allow a person more flexibility than the previous system, due to the numerous new zero points foods.

Loading...
$0

Old Points Calculator (U.S.)

Used between November 2010 and December 2015 in the U.S.

Loading...
$0

Old Points Calculator

Used before November 2010.

Loading...
$0

Old Daily Target Calculator

Used between November 2010 and December 2015. This calculator can also be used to estimate the daily points target.

Loading...
$0

RelatedBMI Calculator | Body Fat Calculator | Calorie Calculator

Points for common foods

Loading...
$0

* 1 cup = ~250 milliliters, 1 tea spoon = ~5 milliliters
* The points above are estimation based on average. The actual points can be very different depending on the type, the way of being prepared / cooked, etc.

Typical point allotment based on body weight

Loading...
$0
admin
the authoradmin

Leave a Reply