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That one single gram of fiber

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Ok, I have discovered pudding. It is fat free but it has calories and 1 gram of fiber. If I count the fiber it shows up as one point. If I dont count the fiber the value is two. Which one should I choose. I have been counting two to keep from underestimating. I found some light chips that is like this too. What would you do?

 

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Since the pudding does have that one gram of fiber, I'd count it as 1pt. There are likely other things through the day that are on the low end of the point total so it will all even out!


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I don't know why you would ever not count the fiber. As long as it's 4g or less, they count. Based on your description it's probably about 1.4 points per serving, so two of them would be 3 points. Weight Watchers uses added fiber to get a lot of their products into a lower point bracket.


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Guest BeanBlossom

If there's fiber, count it. Pudding can definately have fiber.

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