WW v Calories

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  1. Diane1966

    Diane1966 Silver Member

    Start Weight:
    Current Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    Calorie counting
    Does anyone know how many calories 22 points works out to ?

    Thanks in advance
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  3. IreneH

    IreneH Gold Member

    Not sure why but seem to think I read somewhere that 1 point is about 70 cals.

    Fellow WW ers am I correct?

    Irene xx
  4. KD

    KD Gone fishing

    Was Cambridge, now maintaining
    It's not something that you can really be accurate about, just give an approximation. Some say approx 70, but most opinions that I have read say it's about 50. So I used to estimate at 60 :D

    Rule of thumb is that high fat=less cals per point, high fibre=more cals per point. Think I have that the right way around!

    So basically, eat healthily with plenty of free foods, and 22 points could be 1500 calories. Limit the free foods and eat high fat and it could be as low as 900 calories (bad news...get hungry...probably plateau too)

    so eat healthy, feel great, get more calories for your points and watch the weight come off :clap:
  5. yvonne85

    yvonne85 need to be old goofy me

    Goal Weight:
    my take on Atkins, will do it until i'm bored then go back onto WW methods.
    Approx 1,550 Kcals... if you have NO saturated fat in your diet. Obviously when you take into account your saturated fat, it's less than this.

    The formula for working out Points is:

    [Kcal ÷ 70 ] + [Sat. Fat ÷ 4] = POINTS
  6. Karenlou

    Karenlou Gold Member

    My OH used to be a maths teacher so he's acting as my own personal points calculator now lol.
  7. saraian24

    saraian24 Gold Member

    Slim and Save
    Well i hope yoiu shed the pounds quickly ma dear
  8. Karenlou

    Karenlou Gold Member

    Otherwise I'm going to have to take him everywhere with me lol.
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