Free Weight Watchers Daily Food Log Printable

You asked, I answered. You wanted a free printable food log to use while you follow weight watchers, so I made one for you! Hooray! All I ask is that before you print it out, please click “Pin It” and pin it to your Pinterest board. Thanks, Freckleberries!

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  1. WHAT TO EAT FOR BREAKFAST- LUNCH, AND FOR LAST MEAL – SUPER DO I HAVE TO COOK EVERY MEAL?? DONT HAVE TIME TO COOK ALOT- DONT UNDERSTAND THE POINTS THING-

  2. WHERE IS THE FOOD LIST OF FOODS TO EAT

  3. I would like to know what the extra points per week are….and the activity points are….I get 26 points per day….I know what the free foods are…..

    • On the new Points Plus program you get 49 extra points a week.

      • What do you get extra points for?! I’m so confused I thought i had this all figured out but I dont know what the extra are or how to get them, thanks!

        • You get 49 extra points per week. So, realistically, you could use 7 points per day in addition to your daily points target. The extra points are just that-extra. They are not activity points or anything else. They are nice to use during the weekend if you have a special night planned and want to eat a special meal.

          • Kathleen Miller Green says:

            Be cautious, though…using those flex points are great for the occasional splurge, but using them consistently can slow down your weight loss. My husband gave me a great analogy: The regular points you have for a day (26 for example) are like your checking account, and the flexible points are like your savings account. You work daily not to “overdraw” your checking account, with the knowledge that if the occasion is really special or unusual, you can fall back on your savings account. Because I’m stingy with using my savings account, this has really helped me decide when I am willing to use those flex points! Hope this helps.

  4. Hi, I love the free calculators! I just have a few questions:

    1. How do you ‘earn’ points, and how do you calculate how many points you have earned?
    2. Where can I find the Food List you mentioned?
    3. What are ‘free foods’ and where can I get a list of them?

    Thank you so much for your help!

  5. This food log is awesome! thanks so much!

  6. What does “Weekly Points Left” mean? My daily target is 35, so do I just figure out 7 days worth & subtract my daily intake from that every day?

  7. I have 2010 ww food books, are these still correct points?

  8. Breanna Brown says:

    i dont think they have the new points plus system. I think those are the on the old system. Does if give you the nutritional facts on eacn recipe? if so you can figure out the points plus yourself

  9. Thank you for making the food log. Unfortunately, I tried printing it out, (twice) and it’s not printing out correctly. Has anyone else had problems?

    • Works just fine for me. If you click print as a pdf or simply click on the picture and then right click your mouse, scroll to printer and print. Make sure if you have a wifi printer it is on the same internet connection as your computer you are trying to print from.

  10. How do you figure out how many points you have earned exercising? Is there a calculator for that as well?

    • Hey Michelle! You can use a variety of methods. I use a FitBit Zip activity tracker, but you can also use a bunch of different apps that will calculate it for you. MyFitnessPal, MapMyRun, etc. are great tools!

  11. Is this points calculator accurate? I was on Weight Watchers before and it worked. However I went to put in the info on my coffee creamer this morning and it said “0″ points per serving. I could swear it wasn’t zero points before. Does anyone use Coffee Mate Hazelnut sugar free creamer??

  12. Click the PDF link to print – not the picture. If this is not your problem, try seeing if your option says (fit to page). If so, remove that option.

  13. do you have a site that will calculate the points in a homemade recipe as I use very little processed foods?

  14. Hi! How do you find points for things like coffee or like a potato, things that don’t have a nutritional label on them? Thanks! Sabrina

    • christie says:

      hi, did you find your answer? i am looking for the same thing… i am starting out and i would like a reference to how many points are in foods

    • Just use google for it :)

      Amount Per 100 grams
      Calories 77
      % Daily Value*
      Total Fat 0.1 g 0%
      Saturated fat 0 g 0%
      Polyunsaturated fat 0 g
      Monounsaturated fat 0 g
      Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
      Sodium 6 mg 0%
      Potassium 421 mg 12%
      Total Carbohydrate 17 g 5%
      Dietary fiber 2.2 g 8%
      Sugar 0.8 g
      Protein 2 g 4%
      Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 32%
      Calcium 1% Iron 4%
      Vitamin D 0% Vitamin B-6 15%
      Vitamin B-12 0% Magnesium 5%
      *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

  15. how do i find out the points in food

  16. free food list???

  17. I found a zero point food list at weight watchers – http://www.weightwatchers.com/util/art/index_art.aspx?tabnum=1&art_id=59781

  18. deehunny says:

    I can’t tell you how much I love your food log… It is so helpful. Thank you so much!

  19. I always knew there had to be a way to make the WW plan more simple and accessible for free. Thank you for explaining it in such a understandable way!

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