Thanks in advance for your help.
2. I know that if you eat several servings of a zero point vegetable, you have to count points. Does this also apply to combinations of vegetables? For example, if I had 2 cups of vegetables, consisting of, say, carrots, broccoli, green beans, and cauliflower, would the points accumulate, or would it be 0 points for those 2 cups?
I had some the other day and counted it as I would if I cooked it (it was delicious!)
When I first started WW, 17 lbs ago, I was eating 34 points a day. I know that for every 10 lbs lost you go down a point, but e-tools has not shown this. I have lost 17 lbs and e-tools still has me as eating 34 points a day. What gives? I expected that once I got into the 260s I would go down to 33 points, and now I am very close to the 250s but I am still at 34 points per day.
I haven't been losing (and have actually been gaining) lately despite being on plan - is this the reason why? Should I really be eating 33 or 32 points instead?
This week I tried eating 33 points per day - weigh-in is tonight so I guess I'll see how that worked out for me.
ETA: Figured it out! I found a place on the website where I could adjust my points target. For future reference, though... does e-tools usually adjust points for you automatically or do you always have to go in and adjust it yourself?
1. margarita with blue curaco
2. frozen strawberry margarita
I can't for the life of me figure out how many points that a chicken BBQ sandwich would be. What would be my best choice as a side? A little bit of baked beans and a dab of cole slaw? I'm trying to hold onto the my flex & APs for the week since I'm going on vacation starting Saturday and my points reset on Tuesdays.
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Boneless chicken breast is 1 point per ounce? I vaguely remember a leader telling us this.
My mom and I were talking and while she was recording what she ate and she gave herself five points for her chicken.... I told her that couldn't be right because of what I thought. And she certainly didn't have five ounces. I know how it's cooked also takes into account, but I just want to make sure what I thought is true.
I need Sushi 101! I am a recent "n00b" to Sushi. I'm not a huge seafood eater but I went to RA w/ some friends a few weeks ago and tried a little of my friend's California Roll and LOVED it!!!!
I am going back to RA tomorrow & have no idea what sushi is "better" ww point-wise. I KNOW that tempura is "bad" so I will avoid this.
Also, how does one judge points on sushi?! I know I am for sure getting california rolls(I think you get 2 rolls in a serving?) how do I know points?!