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Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods - A Real Bonus For DietersDocument Transcript
Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods - A Real Bonus For DietersWeight Watchers has been successfully teaching dieters to lose weight and lose fat since the 1960s.The points system is a relatively new innovation, but has been no less successful and some find iteasier to use than earlier methods.Parts of the Weight Watchers system is covered and protected by US patents, but broadly thenumber of points a person can have to eat in a day is covered by their starting weight:Less than 150 pounds = 18-25 Points150 to 174 pounds = 20-27 Points175 to 199 pounds = 22-29 Points200 to 224 pounds = 24-31 Points225 to 250 pounds = 26-33 PointsOver 250 pounds = 28-35 PointsHow to allocate your days food can become crucial when a single Big Mac will costs 14 points and aslice of undecorated cheesecake will cost 7 points!Using some zero point foods will bulk up your days intake without costing any of your pointsallocation. Here is a partial list:asparagusbeetsbroccolibrussels sproutscabbagecarrotscauliflowercelerycucumberdiet sodaeggplantleekslettucemineral watermushroomsokrapepperspumpkinradishessalsasauerkrautscallions
snow peassoy saucespinachsproutssquashtomatoesturnipswatercressIf it isnt obvious from the above, salads - green, garden and mixed - are all zero point WeightWatchers foods, as are vegetable juices.If youd like to mix some lemon or lime juice, salt, pepper, vinegar and mustard, you could have azero point salad dressing for your zero point salad. Spend one point and you can add some olive oil!Lush, indeed.Understanding how to use the Weight Watchers points system, in its entirety, and to your benefit -including the Zero Point Foods - can mean you reaching your weight loss and fat loss goals sooner.Lemon Juice Diet