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  1. tinyshoes

    tinyshoes Must try harder...

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    Hi all, I am following WW by myself at home and while I realise I can just continue to follow the 'old way' I would like to try the 'new way' if possible. Joining a class or WW online is not an option for me. Does anyone know if there is an accurate online calculator for the new Pro Points anywhere please (without spending money/joining a site)? I know I can do the cals/40 thing but not sure how accurate this would be if I were to only use this method for all foods and not just in an 'emergency' situation. Can you buy the new calculator from WW online even if you're not a member?

    Could anyone tell me the number of ProPoints in a chicken fillet please? I don't know the weight, but if someone can give me Pro Points for a certain weight then I can trim it down to size lol :eek: Thanks ever so much...
     
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  3. twilite

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    hi,
    someone posted the following link in their post for a calculator to use online so you could try that (i know it says mobile but can be used online too)

    WeightWatchers ProPoints Calculator for your mobile phone

    A medium size 130g raw chicken breast is 3 propoints
    hope this helps you
     
  4. tinyshoes

    tinyshoes Must try harder...

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    Thanks for your help :)
     
  5. summergurl

    summergurl ♥3 Years Maintaining♥

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    How does that calculator work?
     
  6. ~Crooked Smile~

    ~Crooked Smile~ Silver Member

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    You read the values from the nutritional information, type them into the appropriate boxes, and press calculate, and it will give you the PP value :)
     
  7. summergurl

    summergurl ♥3 Years Maintaining♥

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    lol that was a silly question really - i meant do i put in the values for 100g or the portion size .... but tis ok found out ya can do either! :D
     
  8. pinkyfluff

    pinkyfluff Grappling with life

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    I use the official ww ppts calculator and I always work it out for the amount I am going to eat if the packaging gives per portion values. Just a note - its total fat and carbs, NOT sat fat and carbs of which is sugars.

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