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An easy healthy meal plan packed with delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with shopping list. SmartPoints included – Choose from Green, Blue, or Purple. Learn More

Personally I couldn"t be more excited about all these new options! It will make it much easier to choose a plan that works for you. With that said, it also makes it tricky to learn the new system and stick to a plan that will work for you.

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Zero Points Foods on Green

On the green plan, free foods only include non-starchy fruits and vegetables. This does not include potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, peas, avocado, yams, and other starchy or higher fat fruits and vegetables.

Zero Points Foods on Blue

The Blue Planincludes fruits, vegetables, lean animal and plant-based protein sources like chicken, turkey, eggs, tofu, lentils, beans, and yogurt. Plus you can now enjoy sweet corn and peas for free. Specifically, here are some of zero points foods. For a full list, consult the official WW site.

Boneless skinless chicken breastBoneless skinless turkey breastGround lean chickenGround lean turkeyThin sliced deli chicken breastThin sliced deli turkey breastAll fish and shellfish (this does not include smoked or dried fish)Canned fish that is packed in water or brine (i.e. canned tuna or canned salmon in water)Tofu and smoked tofuQuorn fillets, ground Quorn, and Quorn pieces (meat substitute)EggsNonfat plain regular and Greek yogurtPlain soy yogurtFresh, frozen, and canned beans and lentils that are packed without oil or sugar (Lentils, chickpeas, black beans, pinto beans, kidney beans, split peas, soy beans, and more)

Zero Points Foods on Purple

On the Purple plan, the free food list is long but the daily points target is also the smallest. It includes all the foods listed above for the blue plan, fruits, vegetables, and also includes whole grains. Some examples include:

Rolled oatsWhole grain pastaBrown riceQuinoaBarleyFarroPotatoesSweet potatoes


Vegetables (all plans)

Just like on the previous plans, most vegetables are zero points on all three plans. This means you can enjoy most non-starchy vegetables for free. Just be aware that you do need to count any oil or butter the vegetables are cooked with. There are a few vegetables that are not zero points on all three plansincluding potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, parsnips, cassava, mushy peas, yuca, and olives. This includes fresh, frozen, and canned vegetables as long as they aren"t packed with any additional oil, sugars, or fats.


Fruits (all plans)

Also, it is important to know that when you blend fruit in a smoothie, it is no longer counted as zero points. The reason for this is that a smoothie contains much more fruit than we would normally eat in one sitting. For example, someone would rarely sit down and eat a banana, a cup of berries, a mango, and some pineapple in one sitting but isn"t rare to see this in a large smoothie. This includes fresh fruit as well as frozen, canned, or jarred fruit as long as it is packed without additional sugar.

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Condiments, Flavor Enhancers, and Spices

The last category of zero points food in the WW plans are for things like spices, low calorie and low sugar condiments, and many things we use to enhance the flavor in recipes. Some examples of these ingredients include things like vinegar, broth, fresh and dried spices and rubs, mustard, hot sauce, capers, and salsa. Please note, that some of these ingredients do have points depending on the amount you are using. They may be zero points for a small serving but if you are using more in a recipe, they may contain more points.

A Word of Caution

Additionally, if you find your weight loss is slowing or plateauing, it may be a good idea to look at how you are using zero point foods. Many people find that they may be overusing these foods and when they cut back, their weight loss picks up again. Again, this is just a strategy to consider if your weight loss isn"t progressing as you would like. If it is - then just keep doing what you are doing!

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