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Favorite 1 and 2 point foods and snacks?

I discovered that a pear is 1 point and is a really good food. Does anyone else know some good low point ideas or have some favorites? tia.

Sat. Jul 15, 3:37pm

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1 & 2 point snacks

Maybe this is an obvious one, but I love the sugarfree fudgesicles, 40 cals, only 1 point

Saturday, July 15, 2006, 4:22 PM

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ff pringles 15 for 1.5 points

Saturday, July 15, 2006, 4:49 PM

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long and if you want the 2 point list i will post

Act II Microwave Popcorn-96% fat-free 5 cp 5 100 1.5
Ball Park Franks Fat Free Turkey <9> 1 frank 0 45 0
Barbara's Grain Shop Cereal 2/3 cp 8 90 1
Barbara's Puffins Corn Cereal 3/4 cp 5 90 1
Barry's Bakery French Twists (misc. flavors) <10> 1 twist 0 40 1.5
Beans [any brand of sugar-free, fat-free 15 oz can] black, navy, pinto, great northern, garbanzo, lima, etc <1> 1/2 cp 6--8 80 0
Bear Creek Sesame Garlic Dip & Dressing 1 tbspn 0 5 0
BOCA Burger (100% fat free) 1 burger 5 84 0
Brummel & Brown (spread made with yogurt) <45> 1 tbspn 0 45 5
Campbell's Soup at Hand, Chicken and Stars <44>
or Chicken with Mini Noodle (high sodium) <47> 10 3/4 oz
(1 container) 2
2 70
80 1.5
2
Cedar's Whole Wheat Wrap <48> 1 wrap 9 70 1.5
Covent Garden low-fat Tomato Basil Garlic Soup 1 cup 1 60 0
Dannon 4 oz light 'n fit yogurt <15>
Caution: most Dannon light 'n fit comes in 6 oz containers.....[2 points] 1 cont
0 60 0
Del Monte Tropical Fruit Salad 1/2 cup 1 60 0
Fiber One Cereal <30> 1/2 cup 14 60 1
Food for Life Sprouted Grain Bread 1 slice 3 80 0.5
Fudgesicle (fat free) 1 piece 0 60 0
Fudgesicle (no added sugar) 2 pieces 4 80 1.5
General Mills Fruit Roll-Up <9> 1 roll 0 50 1
Harry's Garden Vegetable Medley soup concentrate 1 cup 2 80 1.5
Health Valley fat-free Black Bean Vegetable Soup 1 cup 9 110 1
Healthy Life Hamburger Buns <30> 1 bun 5 80 .5
Hostess Strawberry Bars (Fig Newton Variety) <17> 1 bar 0 45 1.5
Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes <30> 1/3 cup flakes 1 80 0
Jacobsen's "Snack Toast" 1 sl. 0 55 0.5
Jello Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding Cups <30> 1 cup 1 60 1.5
Jolly Time Minis Healthy Pop Kettle Corn 94% fat free <38> 1 bag 8 90 2
KASHI Heart to Heart Oat Cereal 3/4 cp 8 90 1
Klondike Slim-a-Bear 98% fat free Premium Fudge Bar <28> 1 bar 4 90 1.5
Larry's Markets low-fat Mexican Bean Dip 2 tbsp 2 30 0.5
Laughing Cow Light Cheese wedges <23> 1 wedge 0 35 0
Lays Light potato chips (fat free) <26> 20 chips 1 75 0
LightFull Satiety Smoothie (4 flavors) <42> 11 oz 6 90 1.5
Lucerne Fat Free Frozen Yogurt Bars <9> 1 bar 0 70 0
Miss Meringue Sugar Free Meringue Cookies <30> 13 cookies 2 40 0
Natural Ovens Bakery Oatmeal Raisin Cookies <18> 1 cookie 3 90 3
Natures Own White Wheat Bread 2 slices 6 100 2
Oroweat Light County Potato Bread <32> 2 slices 6 80 0.5
Oroweat Light 100% Whole Wheat Bread 2 slices 7 80 0.5
Oscar Meyer fat-free wienies (turkey or beef) <1> 1 0 40 0
Pepperidge Farm Whole Wheat Mini Bagels <33> 1 bagel 3 100 0.5
Philadelphia Fat Free Cream Cheese <30> 2 tbsp 0 30 0
Philly Swirl Sugar Free Swirl Stix <34> 1 popsicle 1 10 0
Pringles fat-free potato chips (different flavors) <14> 15 cps 2 70 0
Quaker Crunchy Corn Bran Cereal <29> 3/4 cup 5 90 1
Quaker Quakes (Rice Snacks) chocolate or caramel <11> 7 cake 0 60 1
Ry Krisp Natural Fat Free crackers <35> 2 crackers 4 60 0
Ruffles Light (fat free) 17 chips 1 70 0
Sara Lee mini bagels (plain) <2> 1 bagel <1 70 0
Sara Lee 100% Whole Wheat Bread <46> 2 slices 5 90 1
Schwan's Healthy Creations fat free creme bars 1 bar 0 70 0
Silver Hills 16 Grain Bread 1 slice 4 100 1
Snackwell's Devil's Food cookie cakes (fat free) <40> 1 cake 0 50 0
Thomas's Light English Muffin <31> 1 muffin 8 100 1
Traders Joes Cafe Twists Chocolate Chip <9> 1 twist 0 40 1.5
Trader Joes's Fat Free Chili con Queso Dip <30> 2 tbsp 3 20 0
Trader Joe's Fruit Floes Lime Juice bar 1 bar 0 60 0
Trader Joe's Granny Smith Variety Apple Rings 12 ring 4 110 1
Trader Joe's High Fiber Cereal 2/3 cp 9 90 1
Diet V8 Splash (0 point) <7> 8 oz 10 0
V8 Vegetable Juice <41> 8 oz 2 50 0
Vitalicious VitaMuffin (7 varieties) <20> 1 4--7 80-100 1
Vitalicious VitaTops (7 varieties) <20> 1 4--7 80-100 1
Walmart Merita Lite white bread <5> 2 slices 5 80 1
Walmart Original Brand FUDGSICLE <5> 1 bar 0 45 0
Weight Watchers Apple Raisin Bar 1 bar 2 70 0
Weight Watchers Giant Fudge Bar <26> 1 bar 5 110 1
Weight Watchers Smart Ones Fudge Bars 1 bar 5 80 0
Weight Watchers Vanilla Puffed Wheat Cereal <26> 1 cup 5 100 2
WESTBRAE Natural fat-free Alabama Black Bean Gumbo 1 cup 11 80 0
WESTBRAE Natural fat-free Great Plains Savory Bean Soup 1 cup 10 70 0
Wisecrackers low-fat 4 crker 1 45 1
Wonder Bread --Light (any flavor) <9> 2 slice 5 80 0
Yarnell's Guilt-Free Vanilla frozen yogurt <6> 1/2 cp 0 70 0



Saturday, July 15, 2006, 4:52 PM

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the above are all 1 point


Saturday, July 15, 2006, 4:53 PM

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cool, 2 point list would be great as well!

Saturday, July 15, 2006, 5:01 PM

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all 2 points

Brand Name -- Product Name [alphabetical] Serving
Size Fiber
gr. Cal. Fat
gr.
ALBA Dairy Shake Mix 8 fluid oz. 2 130 0.5
Bear Creek Tortilla Soup Mix 1/3 cup 3 100 1
CEDARLANE Garden Vegetable Enchiladas 1 enchilada 3 140 3
Dannon Light 'n Fit non-fat yogurt 1 cup 0 120 0
Dole Fruit'n'juice bars <2> 1 bar 0 80 0
Dole Sorbet Cups 4 oz cup 0 110 0
Doritos Light (cheese flavored) potato chips 11 chips 1 90 1
Franklin "Crunch 'n Munch" Fat Free Toffee Popcorn <17> 3/4 cup 1 110 0
Häagen-Dazs Sorbet & Yogurt bars (fat free) 1 bar 0 90 0
Health Valley Chocolate Chip Granola Bars 1 bar 3 140 0
Healthy Choice Low-Fat Fudge Bars <2> 1 bar 0 80 2
Hormel Pizza Style Canadian Style Bacon 2 slices 0 70 4
KASHI Go Lean Crunchy! Chocolate Caramel Karma bar <35> 1 bar 5 140 3
KASHI Good Friends (Cinna-Raisin Crunch) <16> 1 cup 10 150 1.5
KASHI Honey Almond Flax Chewy Granola Bars <25> 1 bar 4 140 5
KASHI Heart to Heart Oat Cereal 3/4 cups 5 110 1.5
KASHI Trail Mix Chewy granola Bars <27> 1 bar 4 130 5
Kellogg Rice Krispy Treat <9> 1 bar 0 90 2
Kelloggs Special K Bar <3> 1 bar < 1 90 1.5
Kettle Crisps (Baked Potato Chips) 95% fat-free 1 oz 2 110 1.5
Klondike Slim-A-Bear Ice Cream bar <9> 1 bar 3 130 1.5
KRUSTEAZ Honey Cornbread Mix 1 piece 1 120 0
McCormic Produce Partners Strawberry Frost Drink Mix 1 cup 0 80 0
Nabisco 100 Calorie Package Oreos, chips-a-hoy, wheat thins, or cheese nips <21> 1 package 0 100 3
Natures Path Manna Bread cinnamon date 3/4" slice 5 150 0
PowerBar Pria Bars <12> 1 bar 0 110 3
Quaker Chewy – Butterfinger <24> 1 Bar 1 110 2.5
Quaker Chewy Lo-Fat Granola Bars <2> 1 bar 1 110 2
Quaker Chewy Peanut Butter Granola Bars <2> 1 bar 1 110 3.5
Quaker chewy - Chocolate Chunk <24> 1 bar 1 110 2
Quaker Quakes Mini Rice Snacks 9 mini cakes 0 70 2.5
Robert's American Gourmet Low-Fat Veggie Booty 1 oz. 6 120 2.5
ROLD GOLD® Land O’ Lakes Butter Flavored Checkers <19> 20 Pretzels 1 110 1.5
Sharon's Sorbet Bars 1 bar 1.5 75 3
Silhouette Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches <4>
[Be careful. Some are 3 points] 1 sandwich 2 130 2
SKINNY Natural Corn Chips [nSpired Natural Foods] 1 & 2/3 cups 1 90 1.5
South Beach Diet Cookies-Oatmeal Chocolate Chip <37> 2 cookies 3 100 5
South Beach Diet Cookies-Peanut Butter <37> 2 cookies 4 100 5
TABATCHNICK Tuscany Lentil Soup 1 pouch 7 140 0
TastyKake Sensables snack cakes <30> 1 cake 4 100 7
TCBY Sorbet Swirl bars 99% fat free 1 bar 0 80 0.5
Trader Joe's Chidori low-fat fortune-style cookies 1/2 cup 0.5 120 1
Trader Joe's fat-free Caramel Popcorn 3/4 cup 1 100 0
Trader Joe's Garden Blend Vegetable Soup Mix 1/3 cup 5 120 1

Brand Name -- Product Name [alphabetical] Serving
Size Fiber
gr. Cal. Fat
gr.


Saturday, July 15, 2006, 6:41 PM

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Thanks so much for the excellent lists; very helpful to the rest of us.

Saturday, July 15, 2006, 7:08 PM

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thanks for posting this. Is there a list somewhere of healthier low points snacks?

Sunday, July 16, 2006, 1:51 PM

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i had these lists e-mailed to me..are you asking if there are others?

Sunday, July 16, 2006, 9:35 PM

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A lot of the stuff on this list really does not help your diet or health in the long run. Many truly healthy food will be low in points. How many points are there in a cup of beans for example? In a cup of brown rice? It pretty much does not matter- these foods keep you full, give you energy and are high in nutrients. Some fruit or veggies have low point values, but who cares? If Weight Watchers was interested in your health they would reward you outright for eating vegetables and fruit, and assign NO point values. Think about it this way- on the fat smash diet stage one you can eat a lot of those foods with no limit and still lose weight.

At the end of the day I think weight watchers wants to sell you food and keep you just fat enough to keep you coming back for more meetings.

Saturday, April 21, 2007, 9:17 AM

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WW points is set up to give you a calorie limit like many other eating plans the points are just segments of calories

Saturday, April 21, 2007, 10:43 PM

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THANK YOU!! For all the snack ideas!! I LOVE WW!!!

Saturday, April 21, 2007, 10:53 PM

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Thanks for this thread!

Sunday, April 22, 2007, 12:40 AM

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I believe WW is a good start in healthy eating, but definately not good for weight loss or long term changes in your lifestyle. In researches, WW participants lost the LEAST amount of weight when compared to other programs, diets, and the old 'diet and exercise'. If you have ever known someone on WW, they have probably been on it a looooong time, and still not where they want to be. The best way to get to your goal weight and get healthy is calorie cutting and hard exercise. (note i did NOT say it was the ONLY way..so please don't debate over my response)

Sunday, April 22, 2007, 12:43 AM

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Veggies are 0 points with WW last time I checked. I think that anyone on WW or any sensible diet is ultimatly doing the right thing? If a person finds themself on WW forever or any other diet and not losing weight they may come to the conclusion that that plan is not working for them and move on to another. I believe if one was to follow the WW or fatsmash diet to the science they would both lose weight, yes definantly more on fatsmash, but fatsmash is not easy for everyone to do and I know that fatsmash weans you off of sugar and detox's you but I couldn't bare having to pass gas every minute of the day. Not to mention 3 weeks out of a month I would probably be fine without sugar but that craving would come back and I would be cheating on fatsmash like I cheat on WW.

Sunday, April 22, 2007, 12:59 AM

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I'm sold on WW

I've lost 22 on WW since Oct 06. It's been slow, but steady. I've pretty much lost weight weekly, except for 1 or 2 weeks. I'm half way to my goal, so I'm pretty inspired and motivated. I'd gained weight from medications and WW was kind of an experiement.

Sunday, April 22, 2007, 7:54 AM

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Try really hard to wean yourself off of processed snacks. They may seem convenient size and package, but they are processed.

Try to moe towards eating healthy snacks that mix up carbs, protein and fat in a way that helps you feel full.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007, 7:13 AM

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1 & 2 point snacks

Are the numbers listed after each item Fiber-Calories-Fat in that order? Just checking...

Thursday, January 17, 2008, 12:35 PM

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Thank you for all the low cal snack ideas! That will come in very handy today!

Sunday, March 16, 2008, 12:12 PM

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1 and 2 point snack lists

The one and two point snack lists come from this site: http://www.counselingseattle.com/ww/1.htm (just to give credit)

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