Working out points and Kingsmill 50/50???

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  1. tenstonewannabe (L)

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    Hi everyone, I am still getting my head around WW. Could someone please tell me how many points there is in two slices of kingsmill 50/50.. is it 2??

    Also, could someone clarify how to work out points.

    Is it calories ÷ 50, sat fat ÷ 12 and then take away the fibre ÷ 5

    or is it... calories ÷ 70 and then sat fat divided by 4 and then add them together?!?!

    What if it is a decimal point to how do you round it up or down or whatever?!

    Sorry to be a pain :)
     
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    Think you really need to invest in a calculator! If you are not able to buy one then google it and you can use the on-line calculator for free). 50/50 bread is 0.5 point a slice x
     
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    in the shop book it says its 1.5 and its the crustless that's 0.5 points
     
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    hope im not breaking any rules, but this may help you :)
    Weight Watchers POINTS® Calculator
    you put in the cals per portion & the sat fat, as a rule if theres no sat fat just the fat then just half the fat content

    sandy x
     
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    Oh sandy brilliant, you have been a fantastic help!!! :) xxx
     
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