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Weight Watchers incorporates either a point system or a “simply filling system” in order to help you stick to a calorie deficit every day. After figuring out how many points you can use or how many servings of each food you can eat, you should create a Weight Watchers grocery list to get your diet started.

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As the point system will let you eat more foods with higher protein and fiber content and lower fat content, these foods should feature prominently on your grocery lists. The simply filling system is similar, as you eat foods from the same groups (whole grains, lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables), but you don’t need to calculate how many points each meal is worth. Instead, you simply eat servings of any of the foods listed until you are full, but not more.

Here are the best foods to maximize your points and weight loss no matter which system you use. Most condiments and many soups and spices will fit your diet as well. Just be sure to keep track of what you eat, and add in any indulgences when they are allowed, and this list should keep you going.

Types of Food


Before and After using Weight Watchers


  • Meat: lean beef, pork, chicken breasts, light hot dogs, seafood, light bacon
  • Lunch meat: turkey, lean ham, roast beef
  • Meat alternatives: soy foods (hot dogs, chicken/beef patties, etc.), seitan
  • Eggs, egg whites
  • Cheese: reduced fat, string cheese, cottage cheese
  • Greek yogurt
  • Reduced-fat milk


  • Oats
  • Kashi cereals
  • Fiber One cereals
  • Black beans, red beans
  • Chickpeas
  • Brown rice
  • Whole-wheat bread
  • Hummus
  • High-fiber crackers
  • High-fiber snack bars
  • High-fiber flatbread
  • High-fiber burritos
  • Shredded wheat

Fats (eat in moderation)

  • Nuts
  • Olive oil
  • Coconut oil
  • Canola oil
  • Peanut Butter
  • Avocado
  • Olives


All fruits and vegetables work well on Weight Watchers, but leafy green veggies are some of the most nutritious. Eat a variety of fresh fruit and veggies.

Power Foods for the Simply Filling Plan

  • Greek yogurt
  • Oats
  • Polenta
  • Eggs
  • Turkey
  • Quinoa
  • Fiber One cereal
  • Fat-free kettle corn


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