Under the “old” Weight Watchers point system, a medium-sized banana is valued at two points. A small or medium banana is worth zero points under the PointsPlus system.
In 2010, Weight Watchers changed its diet programme to the PointsPlus system. The primary distinction between the old and new systems is that the current system is based on fibre, fat, carbohydrates, and protein, while the old method was based on fibre, fat, and calories. In 2012, the method was modified to incorporate protein, fibre, fat, and carbohydrates into its estimates. Notably, the majority of fruits, including apples, mangoes, oranges, pears, peaches, and watermelons, get 0 points under the new system.
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