Weight Watchers

previous topic · next topic
kblondie1

Joined: Oct 09
Posts: 4

      quote  
Posted: 08 Oct 2009, 12:46
I have a question...when you are on Weight Watchers, how do you know how many "points" you are allowed?
Fattie
chunkychops

Joined: Jun 09
Posts: 10

      quote  
Posted: 08 Oct 2009, 12:50
Depend on a few thing's ... Weight, Sex, How active you are?? XxxX
XxChunkychopsxX
kblondie1

Joined: Oct 09
Posts: 4

      quote  
Posted: 08 Oct 2009, 13:01
5'4", 195.2llbs, 35yrs. , excercise about 5 times a week.
Fattie
chunkychops

Joined: Jun 09
Posts: 10

      quote  
Posted: 13 Oct 2009, 15:05
I not been to weight watchers in ages but think I was on about 22 points 5'3 and usually around 190 ish Lbs .... sorry can not be more help. X
XxChunkychopsxX
thinkpink838

Joined: Oct 09
Posts: 3

      quote  
Posted: 13 Oct 2009, 15:13
In week 1 there are questions you answer to calculate your points...



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

today is my birthday!!!!!!!!!!
I assume all you posting realise that this topic was started over a year ago?
by howzat4u on 01 Aug 15 05:15 PM
Is the calorie counter right?
Not too far out for me, although I had to put that I was sedentary to get it right. It came out at 1400, and I would lose weight very slowly at that, but am mostly trying to do about 90% of RDI to lose ...
by heidij123 on 01 Aug 15 03:22 PM
July 30 -- 32 lbs gone (23 to go)
Outstanding!!!
by John10251 on 31 Jul 15 02:26 PM
Any Porridge suggestions?
Yes Steel cut oats. They take longer to cook but are so worth it! Add a tablespoon of peanut butter and some berries for a protein boost and great flavour. You can also add a table spoon of maple syrup ...
by happymaman3 on 31 Jul 15 12:54 PM
2,000 cal/day
thanks Sara Ann!! 1,470 is a definite challenge, but you got this!! explore different food options to satiate your hunger and cravings!! I am only day two now, but i know how hard it is...every day is ...
by nickynick111 on 31 Jul 15 09:31 AM