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Weight Watchers points vs. Calorie Counting experiment

Weight Watchers points vs. Calorie Counting experiment

Weight Watchers points vs. Calorie Counting experiment

This week I’m using both the Weight Watchers app as well as the iTrackBites app to track points as well as calories this week in order to see what the amount of points I’m having is translating to in calories. I’m shooting for a 1500 calorie a day diet.
Here is a good BMI Calculator: http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ then it sends you over to the Harris Benedict Equation if you are interested in finding out how many calories is right for you.

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8 Comments

  1. I have done the same thing…comparing the points for the day with the caloric intake.  I found that if you click on the entry in the WW app…the nutritional label with the calories will display for the individual item.  It does not calculate total calories…but I write them down in my tracker.  Hope this helps..Wendy

  2. You cook the most colorful and delicious looking meals!! I'm pretty sure the WW app does not convert to calories. I have started this week to dual track with myfitness pal. I am maintaining wonderfully on WW but need to lose, so I'm thinking I am consuming too many calories even when I stay in my point range. Keep us posted on what you come up with..

  3. I also think that the 30 smart points are maintenance for me. I'm at lifetime and below goal, but I put on 2 pounds after surgery on June 27. I haven't been able to get them off with 30 smart points in a day and I don't think I could handle intermittent fasting. Any other suggestions??

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