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    Diet: Weight Watchers Pro Points
    Height: 5ft4in
    Start Date: 10/2/14
    Start Weight: 11st13lb
    Current Weight: 11st13lb
    Goal Weight: 9st7lb


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    Goal BMI: 22.8


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    Working out PP

    Hi is there a way of working out PP just from calories info

    Hubby had sandwich and knows it was 725 calories but no other info.

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    Hiya, this isn't always reliable it's sometimes a point or 2 out. If you divide the calories by 40 you get the approx pro points. If you try it with other items that you know the points for you'll see that it's not far out so I'd say approx 18.
    Hope that helps x

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    Diet: Weight Watchers Pro Points
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    Goal Weight: 9st7lb


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    Quote Originally Posted by gem91 View Post
    Hiya, this isn't always reliable it's sometimes a point or 2 out. If you divide the calories by 40 you get the approx pro points. If you try it with other items that you know the points for you'll see that it's not far out so I'd say approx 18. Hope that helps x
    Thank you

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    Have made a note of how to do the calculation in case I ever need it - many thanks





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