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Weight Watchers Freestyle Zero Points Foods List

Weight Watchers Freestyle Zero Points Foods List

Weight Watchers just rolled out a new plan, called the Freestyle Plan (called “Flex” in the UK). The Freestyle plan from Weight Watchers is probably their best plan yet. I can't be sure, because it's new, but that's my prediction. While they still use the SmartPoints system, the plan lowers your allowed points. Don't freak out, though! Now so many more foods are 0 points (over 200!). More specifically, they've added lean proteins (both animal and plant based) to the zero points food list.

Don't just pig out! Much like the Simply Filling Plan, the key here is to eat until you're full but not stuffed. Zero points foods are awesome but you can't gorge on them and expect results. Especially if you have a lot of weight to lose, you'll want to focus on changing your eating habits and listening to your body rather than stuffing your face because you “can” or because something tastes good. If you've had luck with zero point foods and are losing weight as quickly as you'd like, then by all means keep doing what you're doing! Just know that they could be the culprit if your weight loss is stalling.

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Freestyle Zero Points Foods

  • Deli chicken and turkey breast
  • Fish and shellfish (including canned tuna, excluding smoked/dried fish)
  • Boneless skinless chicken and turkey breast
  • Ground lean chicken and turkey
  • Tofu
  • Eggs (Whatttt!! GAME. CHANGER.)
  • Nonfat plain regular, Greek, and soy yogurts
  • Fresh, frozen, or canned beans and lentils: chickpeas, black beans, soy beans, and more
  • Most vegetables (excluding potatoes, yams, and a few others)
  • Most fruits (remember, smoothies are NOT zero points!)

    See the full list here.

    Remember to stick with fresh, frozen, and canned items in water or brine, NOT OIL. With fruits, make sure they're fresh or frozen, and not packed in sugar. This plan is designed to teach us to eat more nutrient-dense foods rather than just eating our points. How do I know this? Because I tracked my Dr. Pepper this morning and wanted to DIE over how many points it was. Sigh.

    I will be working my way through, updating all of the recipes on my site to reflect the Freestyle plan and points. If you are still using PointsPlus or SmartPoints without Freestyle, don't worry… I'll have those point values calculated as well. You can always use my free Weight Watchers calculator while you're here!

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    Weight Watchers Lasagna
    Weight Watchers Quiche
    Weight Watchers Pot Pie
    Weight Watchers Tater Tot Casserole
    Weight Watchers Taco Casserole
    Weight Watchers Spaghetti Bake
    Weight Watchers Mac and Cheese
    Weight Watchers Broccoli Cheddar Soup
    Weight Watchers Pizza

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  • SlapDashMom
    Sadie Mae is an LGBT Lifestyle blogger living in Arizona with her three daughters. Her passions including traveling, healthy living, and teaching women how to work from home so they can spend more time with their kids.

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