Flexpoints

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Fludge, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Fludge

    Fludge Guest

    Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a week, plus extra for
    exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target that I could kick off with, would I have to
    go to a meeting and/or buy the handbook off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all
    laid out and explained? Is this kind of info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe?
    I've had a look around, but it's very confusing out there. Thanks again.
     
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  2. Fred

    Fred Guest

    Unfortunately I could not find a current POINTS chart - I only found the former Winning Points
    charts which contained a 5 point range for each weight range. But other than the lowest range, take
    the low value for each weight and than add TWO points for the daily limit. So for 150-174, the
    points for the day would now be 22. The 150 or less is now 20 as. No day is less than 20 points.

    Someone may have a new chart reference. Most of the FAQ and even the greetings links seem to still
    point to the older charts and I'm not sure who would need to contact those links' authors to make
    changes to make them current - I have a feeling some have been around for a long time.

    Current Weight

    Daily Point Ranges

    Less than 150 pounds 18-23

    150-174 20-25

    175-199 22-27

    200-224 24-29

    225-249 26-31

    250-274 28-33

    275-299 29-34

    300-324 30-35

    325-349 31-36

    Over 350 32-37

    On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 15:42:22 -0000, "Fludge" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a week, plus extra
    >for exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target that I could kick off with, would I have
    >to go to a meeting and/or buy the handbook off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all
    >laid out and explained? Is this kind of info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe?
    >I've had a look around, but it's very confusing out there. Thanks again.
     
  3. Laura

    Laura Guest

    Does this chart help you? http://www.lesslisa.com/wwchart.htm

    It might help you to go to a few meetings so that you can get the new materials detailing how the
    program works. The online program also tells you. I have seen folks selling the entire set of
    Flexpoints info in eBay. Any one of these would be an option.

    "Fludge" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a
    week,
    > plus extra for exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target that
    I
    > could kick off with, would I have to go to a meeting and/or buy the
    handbook
    > off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all laid out and explained? Is this kind of
    > info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe? I've had a look around, but it's very
    > confusing out there. Thanks again.
     
  4. Laura

    Laura Guest

    Add this to your set of bookmarks: http://www.lesslisa.com/wwchart.htm

    "Fred" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > Unfortunately I could not find a current POINTS chart - I only found the former Winning Points
    > charts which contained a 5 point range for each weight range. But other than the lowest range,
    > take the low value for each weight and than add TWO points for the daily limit. So for 150-
    > 174, the points for the day would now be 22. The 150 or less is now 20 as. No day is less than
    > 20 points.
    >
    > Someone may have a new chart reference. Most of the FAQ and even the greetings links seem to still
    > point to the older charts and I'm not sure who would need to contact those links' authors to make
    > changes to make them current - I have a feeling some have been around for a long time.
    >
    >
    > Current Weight
    >
    > Daily Point Ranges
    >
    > Less than 150 pounds 18-23
    >
    > 150-174 20-25
    >
    > 175-199 22-27
    >
    > 200-224 24-29
    >
    > 225-249 26-31
    >
    > 250-274 28-33
    >
    > 275-299 29-34
    >
    > 300-324 30-35
    >
    > 325-349 31-36
    >
    > Over 350 32-37
    >
    >
    >
    > On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 15:42:22 -0000, "Fludge" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a
    week,
    > >plus extra for exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target
    that I
    > >could kick off with, would I have to go to a meeting and/or buy the
    handbook
    > >off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all laid out and explained? Is this kind of
    > >info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe? I've had a look around, but it's very
    > >confusing out there. Thanks again.
     
  5. you have done this exactly right, lowest number for a range plus two points,
    and no banking of these points, eat them ALL every day, Lee
    Fred <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > Unfortunately I could not find a current POINTS chart - I only found the former Winning Points
    > charts which contained a 5 point range for each weight range. But other than the lowest range,
    > take the low value for each weight and than add TWO points for the daily limit. So for 150-
    > 174, the points for the day would now be 22. The 150 or less is now 20 as. No day is less than
    > 20 points.
    >
    > Someone may have a new chart reference. Most of the FAQ and even the greetings links seem to still
    > point to the older charts and I'm not sure who would need to contact those links' authors to make
    > changes to make them current - I have a feeling some have been around for a long time.
    >
    >
    > Current Weight
    >
    > Daily Point Ranges
    >
    > Less than 150 pounds 18-23
    >
    > 150-174 20-25
    >
    > 175-199 22-27
    >
    > 200-224 24-29
    >
    > 225-249 26-31
    >
    > 250-274 28-33
    >
    > 275-299 29-34
    >
    > 300-324 30-35
    >
    > 325-349 31-36
    >
    > Over 350 32-37
    >
    >
    >
    > On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 15:42:22 -0000, "Fludge" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a
    week,
    > >plus extra for exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target
    that I
    > >could kick off with, would I have to go to a meeting and/or buy the
    handbook
    > >off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all laid out and explained? Is this kind of
    > >info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe? I've had a look around, but it's very
    > >confusing out there. Thanks again.
     
  6. Fred

    Fred Guest

    Thanks. I knew someone posted something just recently but could not find a bookmark/favorite in the
    mess that has accumulated or may be on the laptop. (G)

    On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 16:51:55 GMT, "Laura" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Add this to your set of bookmarks: http://www.lesslisa.com/wwchart.htm
    >
    >"Fred" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]...
    >> Unfortunately I could not find a current POINTS chart - I only found the former Winning Points
    >> charts which contained a 5 point range for each weight range. But other than the lowest range,
    >> take the low value for each weight and than add TWO points for the daily limit. So for 150-174,
    >> the points for the day would now be 22. The 150 or less is now 20 as. No day is less than 20
    >> points.
    >>
    >> Someone may have a new chart reference. Most of the FAQ and even the greetings links seem to
    >> still point to the older charts and I'm not sure who would need to contact those links' authors
    >> to make changes to make them current - I have a feeling some have been around for a long time.
    >>
    >>
    >> Current Weight
    >>
    >> Daily Point Ranges
    >>
    >> Less than 150 pounds 18-23
    >>
    >> 150-174 20-25
    >>
    >> 175-199 22-27
    >>
    >> 200-224 24-29
    >>
    >> 225-249 26-31
    >>
    >> 250-274 28-33
    >>
    >> 275-299 29-34
    >>
    >> 300-324 30-35
    >>
    >> 325-349 31-36
    >>
    >> Over 350 32-37
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 15:42:22 -0000, "Fludge" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >> >Hi again, Okay, so I have some cookbooks, and I have a grasp of 35 flexpoints a
    >week,
    >> >plus extra for exercise etc; in order to get a starting points target
    >that I
    >> >could kick off with, would I have to go to a meeting and/or buy the
    >handbook
    >> >off ebay, or is there anywhere on the web where it's all laid out and explained? Is this kind of
    >> >info' only available on the WW website if you subscribe? I've had a look around, but it's very
    >> >confusing out there. Thanks again.
    >>
     
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