Weight Watchers assigns points to every food based on calorie count and sugar, protein and saturated fat content. And when you subscribe, you are given a points-based budget that matches your age, gender, height and weight.
You get to spend these points on any food you want as long as you stay within your budget and control your portion sizes which helps ensure that you’re eating in moderation.
Zero-point foods do not count in your budget. You can combine these with higher-point foods to create balanced and satisfying meals.
If you have unused points, you can roll them over to any other day, such as a day when you feel you might need extra points.
So you will essentially be making your own food selections and putting together your own menu. In addition, you need to carefully track the food you eat and the points you spend and have left.
•Pumpkin Coffee Cake
•Easy Baked Eggs
•Italian Chicken Chili
•Curry Beef Stew
•Pork Lettuce Cups
•Amazing Asian Pulled Pork
•Chicken and Bacon Lasagna Roll-ups
•Garlicky Tuna Casserole
•Lemon Ricotta Torte
•Chocolate Almond Fudge
•Homemade Root Beer
•…and much more!