Weight Watchers Points
Captain D's Nutrition
Check out these Weight Watchers points and points plus for
There are two columns of points.
For members still following the old method you want to use
the numbers highlighted in the gray column.
For those Weight Watchers members that have started using the new
points plus system, use the values in the first column highlighted in
All WW points are rounded to the nearest whole value.
If you are not a member then you can use the Captain D's nutrition
information to track what you need to maintain or lose weight.
nutritional values include calories, total fat, saturated fat, dietary
fiber, protein, carbohydrates and sodium.
Regardless of your weight loss plan or dietary needs, you are sure to
find the right information on this page for Captain D's restaurant.
will not be able to search, filter, sort or use the drop down menu.
will only see a PDF file of the menu items sorted alphabetically.
Watchers Points & Nutrition
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SPts = Smart Points
Pts + =Points
Org Pts = Original WW Points
Cal = Calories(kCal)
SFat = Saturated Fat(g)
Fib = Dietary Fiber(g)
Carb = Carbohydrates(g)
Sod = Sodium(mg),
Sug = Sugar(g)
The Captain D's restaurant nutrition information used to
calculate WW points and points plus were obtained on 01/2015 at the
Captain D's Nutrition
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