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What Are Power Foods On The Weight Watchers Points Plus

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What are power foods on the weight watchers points plus is often one of the first questions people ask when they first learn about the new program - and with reason; it's one of the secrets to the success of this program! There are a lot of power foods to list, so you can add as many of them to your diet as you want. This way, your new body will look and feel great. Of course, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself before even thinking about what are power foods on the weight watchers points plus program. Is weight watchers points plus right for you? I think so. We'll explore why.

 

Power Foods are foods that fill you up and are really beneficial to your health. When I say fill you up, what I mean is that they have a high nutritional impact and they keep you satisfied longer than other foods. When I talk about their impact, what I really mean is how these power foods compare to other foods nutritionally speaking. In essence, they are a lot healthier!

 

Basically, what are power foods on the weight watchers points plus?:

1. Fruits and vegetables

What are power foods on the weight watchers points plus?

2. Whole grains

What are power foods on the weight watchers points plus?

3. Dairy and dairy substitutes(non-fat)

What are power foods on the weight watchers points plus?

4. Lean proteins

5. And others...

 

Let's go into a little more detail about each one of these power food groups.

 

When I talk about fruits, I do not mean fruit juice or dried fruits. What I do mean is fresh fruit, frozen fruit, canned fruit - as long as there is no added sugar in them...

 

When I talk about veggies, again, I mean fresh veggies, frozen veggies, canned veggies(only when there is nothing added). Surprisingly, potatoes are also a power food. Who says potatoes are not good for you right? Pickles, fries, olives, avocados, and juices are again not included.

 

You already know what whole grains are but let's give some examples here if you need a refresher: whole-wheat couscous, quinoa, whole-grain cereals(no added sugar), whole-wheat pasta, oatmeal, brown rice.

 

Here are some examples of fat-free dairy products considered to be power foods: fat-free yogurt, fat-free milk, and fat-free cheeses.

 

Let me tell you a little about my favorite power foods - the lean proteins. Here are my top examples: lentils, fish, beans, and eggs.

 

These are foods that you should be eating each and every single day!

 

Of course, there is a lot more to the new Weight Watchers Points Plus program than power foods but that's something you'll have to discover for yourself.

 

By the way, I am a proud Weight Watchers Points Plus member and I have already successfully lost nearly 25 pounds after trying everything else and nothing working for me. So hopefully, this article shed some light to your question:

 

What are power foods on the weight watchers points plus?

 

Good luck to you on your weight loss journey. I wish you all the success in the world!

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