Discussion in 'Weight Watchers' started by Kes, 15 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. Kes

    Kes Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone.
    I joined,weight watchers last week. And basically with the simple start coming,into effect at the moment the lady has not explained pro points just yet.

    I've just had some melon (half a small ish honey dew melon) for breakfast, and now wondering if I were to have this on pro points what would it be worth.

    I can't access the website on,my phone because I have a windows phone and apparently to access the food tracker part you need a higher version of adobe flash player. And the only app I can get on my phone for weight watchers is the calculator and I don't have any nutritional info for it.

    help please...

    also is any fruit free?
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  3. ellaye

    ellaye Well-Known Member

    Fruit is free on PP. So are most vegetables, with some exceptions.
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  5. Kes

    Kes Well-Known Member


    I will be very glad when things are completely explained to me....
  6. ButternutSquash

    ButternutSquash New Member

    Although fruit and most veg are 0 points, I assume this is only within sensible portion control. I have 5 portions of 0 point fruit or veg today, is that everyone else's understanding on this too? I think you could over eat on fruit and veg otherwise and then not lose weight in these hidden PPs.

    Am I also right in saying that tinned fruit in juice is 0 PP too?

  7. lisalu

    lisalu Well-Known Member

    Tinned fruit in own juice is free but not syrup. I find with the fruit & veg that I do try and not go overboard on fruit because although natural sugars they're still full of sugar. With veg I wouldn't be as worried but would never go overboard anyway usually

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