To determine the number of Weight Watchers points in a serving of packaged food, find the nutrition label, and enter its figures into a point calculator. To calculate the number of points in a homemade meal, enter the recipe into a Weight Watchers recipe analyzer, and divide the point value by the number of servings in the recipe.
- Look at the nutrition label
Check the nutrition label of the packaged food. Find the amount of protein, carbohydrates, fat and fiber in each serving.
- Use the Weight Watchers points calculator
Enter the macro-nutrient amounts into a Weight Watchers points calculator. Press Calculate, and wait for the point value per serving to appear.
- Enter a homemade recipe into the Weight Watchers recipe analyzer
For homemade meals, enter the recipe's ingredients into the Weight Watchers recipe analyzer to determine the amount of protein, carbohydrates, fat and fiber in each serving. For an accurate analysis, use specific measurements.
- Divide the homemade recipe into servings
Determine how many servings the homemade recipe contains, and divide the point value of the recipe by the number of servings. Multiply the result by the number of servings you consumed to calculate the Weight Watchers point value of your intake.