February 2011 Issue
Weight Watchers Point System Enters a New Age
If you’re a Weight Watchers® fan, listen up. For the first time in 15 years, Weight Watchers has substantially changed its weight loss program. Their POINTS® program has been updated to PointsPlus™, which takes into account research on protein, fiber, and satiety, and shifts away from processed foods to more whole, natural foods. One big change is that most unsweetened fruits and vegetables—except starchy vegetables like corn and potatoes—will be counted as zero PointsPlus.
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