Weight Watchers Points - Burger King


burger king ww points

Use this page to find the Weight Watchers Points for the Burger King menu items. You will also find the nutrition information for their full menu.

No matter if you are following their WW original points system, the points plus plan or the new Smart Points, you will find all of them on this page. The smart values are highlighted in blue, followed by the points plus in peach and then the original numbers highlighted in gray.

If you are not following Weight Watchers but are using your own diet plan, then you can use the Burger King nutrition information to help you lose weight.



You can count calories, total fat or even carbohydrates. Additional information includes saturated fat, dietary fiber, protein and sugar.

Weight Watchers Points & Nutrition



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Menu Group Menu Item Serv SPts Pts + Org Pts Cal Tfat Sfat Fib Pro Carb Sug
Click on any menu item to see additional nutrition information
Menu Group Menu Item Serv SPts Pts + Org Pts Cal Tfat Sfat Fib Pro Carb Sug


Nutrition Key:

SPts = Smart Points
Pts + =Points Plus
Org Pts = Original WW Points
Cal = Calories(kCal)
TFat = Total Fat(g
SFat = Saturated Fat(g)
Fib = Dietary Fiber(g)
Pro = Protein(g)
Carb = Carbohydrates(g)
Sod = Sodium(mg),
Sug = Sugar(g)

The Burger King restaurant nutrition information used to calculate WW points was obtained on 06/2017 at the following link;

Burger King Nutrition

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