Weight Watchers Points
Pacific Wok Nutrition
The Weight Watchers points on this page are for Pacific Wok
While not all menu items had nutrition available, what they do have is
If you are a member then be sure to use the column that matches the
plan you are following.
The first column (highlighted in purple) are the points plus values.
The second column (highlighted in gray) are the values for the original
points method. So regardless of which diet plan you are following, you
can stay within your allowance with this information.
If you are not a member but are still trying to eat healthy and lose
weight, then you can use the Pacific Wok nutrition information.
You will find calories, total fat, saturated fat, fiber, protien, carbs
and sodium. So you will be able to record what your current weight loss
program is tracking.
Use the interactive features to view the Weight Watchers
Points or restaurant nutrition.
Click here for help on
using the interactive
features of the table below.
use the interactive features.
Watchers Points & Nutrition
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additional nutrition information
SPts = Smart Points
Pts + =Points
Org Pts = Original WW Points
Cal = Calories(kCal)
SFat = Saturated Fat(g)
Fib = Dietary Fiber(g)
Carb = Carbohydrates(g)
Sug = Sugar(g)
The Pacific Wok restaurant nutrition information used to
calculate WW points and points plus were obtained on 10/2016 at the
to Weight Watchers points restaurant list
If you are not sure what types of workouts to do in order to lose
weight, then check out these examples.
You can use these samples as is or make modifications to fit your
Burn more fat by eating these foods. Add them to your meals and recipes.
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Download this free spreadsheet to track the points in the foods you eat
and the activity points earned from exercising.
As you use the daily and weekly allowance, the formula will
automatically adjust it.