San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
The new Weight Watchers Food Scale is now programmed with 500 common food items, and a database of their updated Plus Points for each food item, based on the weight of the food. This is a must for those who are serious about sticking to the Weight Watchers diet plan, but aren’t really into estimating exactly how many Plus Points each ingredient in their meal counts as.
The Weight Watcher Food Scale makes doing the food calculation extremely easy, and will help those who are struggling with the Plus Points system to follow along and avoid getting frustrated and giving up all together. The new food scale gives the accurate values for each food item, and follows the updated Plus Points calculation for 2012. This calculation is adjusted from time to time, and keeping up with the changes could get confusing. Luckily, this food scale does all the hard work so that dieters can concentrate on their real goal: weight loss.
It also is a great help for those who are struggling with food portioning. Many dieters aren’t able to accurately judge how much a single serving is, simply by looking at the food. Some dieters end up eating more than one serving, but only estimate that they have consumed as many Plus Points as a single serving. They may get frustrated after a time if they aren’t losing the weight that they want to. Others go to the opposite extreme and only serve themselves very small portions. These dieters may be surprised to find that they could actually be eating more without hurting their diet. The Weight Watchers Food Scale for 2012 takes all the guess work out of sticking to the weight loss system and could benefit almost anyone who is on the Weight Watchers program. A full Weight Watchers Food Scale review gives more information.