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Do you calculate fat or saturated fat?

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Discover Plan Points' started by AMUL, 21 March 2011 Social URL.

  1. AMUL

    AMUL Member

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    Hi,

    I have not done WW for years, but am back on it as from today! Weighed myself this morning as was a bit shocked!:sigh:

    So - I am doing the old system Discover Plan points as that is what I am familiar with and worked for me last time.

    I am using a WW calculator online which is fab. BUT - when entering in details for fat do you use Fat figures or saturated fat?

    I can't remember so I did both and got a difference of 1 point. JUst want to make sure I am doing it correctly - don't want to be missing out on some points or having too many;)

    Thanks for your help!
    :)
     
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  3. Nicola87

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    I always use saturated fat when calculating :) xx
     
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    you use sat fat if your following Discovery xx
     
  5. AMUL

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    Brilliant, thanks ladies! Think I can have an extra couple of points then as when for the full fat just to be safe! :)
     
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    Enjoy! x
     
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