The BLUE PLAN is essentially “WW Freestyle” with a unique SmartPoints Budget plus 200+ ZeroPoint foods including fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. It provides a mix of freedom and accountability.
Additionally, how many points is a potato on WW Blue Plan?
When ZeroPoint foods like apples or carrots (zero on Green, Blue, and Purple), chickpeas or corn (zero on Blue and Purple) or potatoes (zero on Purple) are baked or roasted, these foods are just cooked and remain zero—you only need to track the oil or sauces you prepare them in.
Moreover, what do the WW colors mean?
What’s the difference between Green, Blue, and Purple? Each food plan has a balance of SmartPoints® and ZeroPoint™ foods: Green has a sizable SmartPoints Budget and 100+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits and veggies). Blue has a moderate SmartPoints Budget and 200+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits, veggies, and lean proteins).
What are free foods on WW Blue Plan?
200+ ZeroPoint foods including fruits, non-starchy vegetables, eggs, chicken breast, turkey breast, fish, shellfish, beans, legumes, tofu, tempeh, and non-fat plain yogurt. There are plenty of other spices and seasonings that have a 0 SmartPoints value but aren’t considered ZeroPoint foods.
Weight Watchers is one of the world’s most recognizable diet plans. … So, you may be able to lose 5 pounds in your first week or two on Weight Watchers, but as you get used to the plan, you may plateau and will probably slow down to just a couple of pounds per week. Not only is this normal, but it’s also preferable.
So even if you stick to the plan exactly by eating all your points you can end up in plateaus or sluggish losses just the same as someone who leaves a few points leftover here and there. If it’s once in a while and you don’t feel hungry don’t force yourself.
4 Weight Watchers Points+
The bottom line. Noom and WW are both effective for weight loss, although they take slightly different approaches. Noom utilizes a color-coding system, while WW uses a points system to help steer you toward foods that are lower in calories and more nutritious.
In general, you can lose 4-8 pounds per month or 12-24 pounds every 3 months. This is a “safe rate” according to the Weight Watchers program and many people go past this number depending on their starting point.
The Three MyWW Plans: Green, Blue, and Purple
As I mentioned above, WW will now offer three different plans to choose from, called Green, Blue and Purple. Here’s the general gist of each of the three plans: Green: Offers the smallest list of zero point foods, and the largest daily points budget.
Green has a sizable SmartPoints Budget and 100+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits and non-starchy veggies). Blue has a moderate SmartPoints Budget and 200+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits, veggies, and lean proteins). Purple has a modest SmartPoints Budget and 300+ ZeroPoint foods (fruits, veggies, lean proteins, and whole grains).
Purple offers you a personalized SmartPoints Budget and 300+ ZeroPoint foods that you don’t have to measure or count including plenty of fresh fruits and veggies, plus chicken and turkey breast, eggs, beans, whole grains, potatoes, and more.
Just like on the previous plans, most vegetables are zero points on all three plans. This means you can enjoy most non-starchy vegetables for free. … There are a few vegetables that are not zero points on all three plans including potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, parsnips, cassava, mushy peas, yuca, and olives.