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How many WW points in sugar free jello?

How many weight watchers points in 1 serving of sugar free jello? I was under the impression, I could eat as much of it as I wanted since it is only 5-10 calories per serving. However, my online calculator states that it is one point? I am guessing it would remain at 1 point even if I had 2 or three servings.

Wed. Jul 26, 3:55pm

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what are the cal/fat/fiber im guessing its 0 points for a serving but im on core and can eat as much as i want ..but on WW something that is 0 for 1 serving will add up to points IF you eat more than that

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 5:09 PM

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what on line caculater did you use that says 1 point?

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 5:09 PM

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i thought it was o points.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 5:56 PM

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my ww leader says "even zero point foods add up". if the sugar free jello is 10 cals per serving, if you had 4 servings that would be 40 cals worth of jello. therefore, 1 point. my leader says "pay attention to portion size" for this reason. (i sound like a zombie "take me to your leader...") veggies add up too!

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 9:36 PM

Add comment the above poster I laghed at the leader comment! I often feel the same way about my trainer though..."uhhh, my trainer says you should do this..." Sort of feel like a puppet! :)

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 9:38 PM

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40 calories o fat o fiber is still 0 points

Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 11:30 PM

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according to the points finder slide from WW
40 cal 0 fat 0 fiber = 1point..

Thursday, July 27, 2006, 4:27 AM

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yep, double checked

went to WW e-tools.... 40 cals/0fat/0fiber is 1 point!

Thursday, July 27, 2006, 7:12 AM

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O or One point, add fiber!

I like to go to the health food store and buy the 1 lb. + bag of bran, which can be eaten alone or sprinkled on just about anything. As long as there's fiber in the meal, there's fiber in the meal...and it does help with points.

Monday, July 19, 2010, 5:48 PM

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probably none, but the junk needed to make it "sugar free" is just NOT worth it.

Everything we have learned in the last 6 years has taught us that the cost of "zero calorie junk food" is VERY high. The more crap you put in your body, the worse you are going to feel.

Sorry to be so blunt. Now, this does not mean don't enjoy yourself- but if you think there is no cost to the junk, you are just wrong.

When we designed the Cheat System, we actually decided to make people count anything artificial. This is WAY different from what you are probably used to.

it is very important to communicate that the Cheat System IS designed so that you can enjoy yourself and indulge. But you'll find that you can't do the system well and eat artificial foods.

This is the link to download the list for free, and see what we are talking about:


Thursday, March 03, 2011, 11:13 AM

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Despite their lack of points, even "zero point" items may add up, according to my Weight Watchers krunker leader. If there are 10 calories in a serving of sugar-free jello and you eat four servings, you will consume 40 calories. Therefore, 1 point is awarded. This is why my manager stresses the need of watching one's serving size. (I know, I sound like a zombie, "carry me to your commander...") vegetables also add up

Friday, December 16, 2022, 12:13 AM

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Sugar-free Jello (small cup or serving): Often considered to be around 0-1 WW points connections, as it contains minimal calories and sugar substitutes that don't contribute to the point value.

Tuesday, August 08, 2023, 12:39 AM

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