Everything You Need To Know About Weight Watchers Freestyle Program!
The New Weight Watchers Freestyle Program
As I mentioned earlier, Weight Watchers is designed to change your relationship with food. They do this with a point system that is cleverly designed to make less healthy choices “cost” more points. SmartPoints are based on calories, saturated fat, sugar, and protein. If a food is high in saturated fat or sugar, it’s going to cost you more points. If it’s high in protein, it will have a lower point value, even if it has the same number of calories as another item.
For example, a typical store bought donut has about 208 calories, and nearly 9 grams of sugar. This donut is going to be 8 SmartPoints. In contrast, 3 ½ ounces of lean rib eye roast has 216 calories, yet only 5 SmartPoints. This is because the beef has no sugar, is high in protein, and only has 4.4 grams of saturated fat. If you’re like me, eating the beef will keep you from being hungry for several hours. The donut will leave you peckish in about an hour.
If the math in the above paragraph has your head exploding, don’t worry about it. All the calculations are done for you. All you need to do is bring up your tracker (electronic) and punch in the food you ate. If you can’t do it right at the moment you ate, take a quick picture with your smartphone and use the image to jog your memory later.
Video: Weight Watchers Freestyle Program Overview
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