I was looking for ths same information this morning and this is what i found..
Under 5` 1"
5` 1" - 5` 10"
Over 5` 10" 2points
Walking most of the time
20-25 points 175-199
22-27 points 200-224
24-29 points 225-249
26-31 points 250-274
28-33 points 275-299
29-34 points 300-324
30-35 points 325-349
31-36 points Over 350 32-37 points Add them up for the different
sections and that is your daily point allowance.
I hope this helps....
I also found the website that has the new points plus calculator.
And this is a way to estimate food points if you don`t have the new calculator available.....
you can also do this:
First add the carbs and protein together and divide by 10.
(If carbs protein is 20,
you`ll get 2 points)
Then account for the fat.
If the item has 2 grams of fat,
add a point.
Add a point for every 4 grams of fat after that.
(1 gram is free.
2-5 is 1P
6-9 is 2P
10-13 is 3P
Fiber is such a small part of the calculation.
If you happen to be eating something with 12 grams of fiber,
you can subtract one point.
you only get 9 carbs for a point,
but you can have 11 grams of protein.
I`ve found that they even out pretty nicely to 10 grams of either.
It makes the calculation easy,
and is still pretty accurate.
You also get 4 free carbs or 5 free grams of protein,
so rounding doesn`t really cause you to underestimate for most foods.
I still double-check the P
value on a real calculator in the evening,
but this has been helping me estimate throughout the day.