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Weight Watchers Oven Chips 1Kg - 74p at Tesco
Weight Watchers Oven Chips 1Kg - 74p at Tesco

Weight Watchers Oven Chips 1Kg - 74p at Tesco

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Weight Watchers Oven Chips 1Kg - 74p at Tesco

Don't taste too bad - nice and thick chips

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They aren't bad at all - not as good as my local chippy but it was them who caused me to look at weightwatchers chips in the first place

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Lakeside

They aren't bad at all - not as good as my local chippy but it was them … They aren't bad at all - not as good as my local chippy but it was them who caused me to look at weightwatchers chips in the first place



i didn't think they tasted too bad either - i using them due to the overload of christmas chocs !

Chips n weightlose - get real. No vote though

It's not about what you eat, it is about how many calories. The difference between these and chip shop chips is huge. Or do you think people who are trying to lose weight should eat celery and lettuce?

Nice mantra lakeside factually wrong, take it from me I have a degree in biology, once the body has replenished the Glycogen Store carbs are turned into fat, particularly simple fats like these no matter how many calories you have had.

Google it, if you do not believe me

Your point was "Chips n weightlose - get real"

If you can eat chips and still lose weight then you are wrong. I eat these and have lost 1.5 stone. That's real, I don't need to "get real".

A degree in biology but can't spell weight loss!

Carbs are high in points on weight watchers plans so if you do eat them, you certainly can't eat many, hence the weight loss.

Children! Play nicely!:p

Back to the deal, I can't find these on the website but when I searched it gave me Tesco Light Choices straight cut oven chips 1.5kg for £1 in case anyone wants an alternative. Haven't tried them yet but they are on order for Friday

Lakeside

It's not about what you eat, it is about how many calories. The … It's not about what you eat, it is about how many calories. The difference between these and chip shop chips is huge. Or do you think people who are trying to lose weight should eat celery and lettuce?



Chip shop chips are quite low in cals - talking 200-300 for a portion. Plus potatoes are pretty good nutritional wise.

The down side is saturated fat Oven chips aren't too bad for that tbh - but would imagine these are v.low fat as WW is a low fat diet.

They got a fairly average rating here?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-441908/So-chips-new-health-food.html

Those rustic chips appear to be the fellas to go for if you want a "healthy" chip.

Personally, weight has never been a big issue for me so it's Auntie Bessies crinkle cut all the way for me! (Although I have tried the rustic ones and they're actually pretty nice)

Slimming world all the way, then you can make your own oven baked ones (cheaper) & eat as much as you want!

hahha thought as much. Another classic example of weight watchers bringing out a product that is nutritionally worse for you than a leading brand oven chip!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-441908/So-chips-new-health-food.html

Mcain rustic chips beat these on calories and fat, but instead of weight watchers saying buy these they launch their own product which is less beneficial if you want to lose weight and probably charge more as they know they have a brainwashed following who will pick anything up with the weight watchers logo on.

I bet the mCain chips are a hell of a lot nicer as well!

There was an interesting program about weight watchers on BBC's hardtalk, Karen Miller-Kovach, Chief Scientist at Weight Watchers International was asked some significant questions including a partnership with McDonalds LOL

sancheez

They got a fairly average rating … They got a fairly average rating here?[url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-441908/So-chips-new-health-food.html]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-441908/So-chips-new-health-food.html[/url]Those rustic chips appear to be the fellas to go for if you want a "healthy" chip.Personally, weight has never been a big issue for me so it's Auntie Bessies crinkle cut all the way for me! (Although I have tried the rustic ones and they're actually pretty nice)



yes its the carbs that really make me put on weight... I have tried low fat stuff over a period, it did not do much, until I dropped the carbs.

supermod

I've removed some of the thread posts so apologies if anyone quoting one has also had their post removed - can we please comments related to the deal and not make them personal and directed at specific members.

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edina2

Slimming world all the way, then you can make your own oven baked ones … Slimming world all the way, then you can make your own oven baked ones (cheaper) & eat as much as you want!



Agreed there- slimming world home made with skin on new potatoes are delicious.

See Lakeside's spouting his usual pompous rubbish.

sancheez

They got a fairly average rating … They got a fairly average rating here?http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-441908/So-chips-new-health-food.htmlThose rustic chips appear to be the fellas to go for if you want a "healthy" chip.Personally, weight has never been a big issue for me so it's Auntie Bessies crinkle cut all the way for me! (Although I have tried the rustic ones and they're actually pretty nice)


Thanks for that link will try them.

Just to add my 1p worth. I've lost nearly six stone on weightwatchers and I agree the Rustic chips are the way to go when you just get that need for chips.

However I wouldn't advise them for every meal. LOL.

Weight Watchers is a gimmick. If you wanna lose weight eat a calorie deficit. You could eat LARD if you want, just burn more than you consume. Consume 500cals less than you need a day and you lose 1lb a week.Simples!

Where can you buy these weight watchers chips? I used to buy them all the time and now I can't find them!
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