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      Weight Watchers started calculating their dietary intakes using the Points system as part of their weight loss plans. In later years, they have extended the original Points system with "improved" computations of macro-nutrients. Basically they took a closer look at calories, and split it into two more factors.
      No more muffins loaded with fiber to stay at 1 Point! 😦
      If you're still trying see how the "old Points" calculations may have worked, or just comparing numbers - the old Points system was simple.
      Calories ~ Fat ~ Fiber  = Points
      Use this Link to Open the WW Points Calculator
      *Calculator provides estimated points and may not be accurate, it is not an official Weight Watchers calculator.
      The formula in use is an empirical match obtained from public sources.
    • By HealthDiscovery
      A woman's ideal weight depends on her height. To calculate ideal weight for women, you'll only need the lady's height.
      Use This Link to Open the Women's Ideal Body Weight Calculator
    • By HealthDiscovery
      A man's ideal healthy body weight depends on his height. To calculate the ideal weight for a man, you'll only need to know the gentleman's height.
      Use This Link to Open the Men's Ideal Body Weight Calculator
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      In November 2010, Weight Watchers announced that the Point system was being replaced by a new PointsPlus system. The old system used calculations based on calories, fat, and fiber content. The new PointsPlus system replaced calorie calculations with protein and carbohydrates.
      Carbs ~ Protein ~ Fat ~ Fiber = Points+
      This calculator based on Weight Watchers "Points Plus" system. Also know as Points+, Pts+, PlusPoints, or PointsPlus.
      Use this Link to Open the WW PointsPlus Calculator
      *Calculator provides estimated points and may not be accurate, it is not an official Weight Watchers calculator.
      The formula in use is an empirical match obtained from public sources.
       
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      Put Your Calories IN:
      Put Your Calories OUT
      Put Your Calories IN
      Then Shake 'em All Around!
      After you've done the hokey-pokey, and turned yourself around...You'll have burned approximately, 10 calories!
      That's what it's all about!
      Use the calorie calculator to find out how many calories you burn when doing other activities, and a ton of other caloric information.
      Simply enter your body weight and the time you spent doing one of the exercises or activities, and click on "Calculate Calories Burned".
      Use this Link to Open the Calculator for Calories Burned
      The calorie calculator can be used to discover how many calories are typically burned doing the any of the following activities:
      Aerobics
      Bicycling
      Rowing
      Ski Machine
      Weight Lifting
      Basketball: playing
      Bicycling
      Football
      Frisbee Golf
      Golf
      Handball
      Hiking
      Horseback Riding
      Ice Skating
      Martial Arts
      Racquetball
      Racquetball
      Rock Climbing
      Rock Climbing
      Rollerblade Skating
      Rope Jumping
      Running
      Skiing
      Snow Shoeing
      Softball
      Swimming
      Volleyball
      Walking
      Water Polo
      Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking
      Chopping & Splitting Wood
      Gardening
      Housecleaning
      Mowing Lawn
      Using Snow Blower
      Children's Games: 4-square, etc.
      Raking Lawn
      Intercourse
      Shoveling Snow
       
      Disclaimer: The information given on the Health Discovery Calorie Calculator is designed to help you make informed decisions about your health. It is not intended as a substitute for the advice or treatment that may have been prescribed by your physician. 
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