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New Personal Points WW Plan: Important takeaways

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New Personal Points WW Plan: Important takeaways

New Plan Launch

If you’ve been with myWW (formerly Weight Watchers) for a length of time, you know that they change their program every two years. Well, this year is one of those years.

Go to your app and update if you haven’t yet. You will need to take their quiz to see what your personalized plan will be. Yes, everyone will have their own unique plan based on how you answer the questions in the quiz.

The big news is that everyone will have their own Zero point foods, and their own daily points allowance. Your zero point foods will be based on what you love to eat.

Does that mean I can eat potatoes and avocado? Maybe! They could be included in your zero point foods!

Drink Water

An interesting element of the new plan is that you can earn extra points by eating non-starchy vegetables, and drinking water! What?

Eating 1 cup of non-starchy vegetables will earn you 1 additional point. There’s no limit on the amount.

Drinking 60 ounces of water will earn you 1 additional point. There is a limit of one with water.

So how do you keep track of your water intake? My favorite way to do this is with the HidrateSpark PRO. This Smart water bottle is with me all day long, and has helped me keep up with water intake like nothing else has. I have always had a hard time drinking enough water, and now I have the perfect solution.

This water bottle tracks your water consumption, and it also lets you know when you are falling behind. The bottle has an LED sensor that lights up to remind you it’s time to drink more water.

HidrateSpark PRO smart water bottle

How will Nesting Lane show Personal Points on recipes

Honestly, at this point, I don’t know. Since everyone will have different zero point foods, there isn’t really a way to calculate points on our recipes. At this point, we will continue to add MyWW Green Plan and Blue Plan points as we have been. There will be people who choose to stick with the old plan, because some people don’t like change, so we won’t stop adding them. If I find a logical way to add personal points in the future, I’ll let you know.

If you’ve started on the new plan, what do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts, what your daily points allowance is, and what your zero point foods are! Comment below!

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