Weight Watchers Points
Ruby Tuesday Nutrition
page shows the Weight Watchers Points and Ruby Tuesday's
nutrition information. So whether you are a member or not, you can track
what you need to lose weight while eating out.
Members can find both the original points and the points plus values
The first column shown in purple are the points + numbers.
The next column highlighted in gray are the numbers for the original
For non members, use the Ruby Tuesday's nutrition to track what you
If you are counting calories, cutting back on fats or carbohydrates,
then you will find what you need below.
Additiional nutritional values include dietary fiber, protein and
sodium. Unfortunately saturated fat and sugars were not available for
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
Note to FireFox users: If you are
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Then the select dropdown should work.
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Note: Burgers and Kids meals include
fries unless otherwise noted.
Click on any menu item to see
additional nutrition information
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 Ruby Tuesday restaurant nutrition information used to
calculate WW points and points plus were obtained on 01/2014 at the
to Weight Watchers points restaurant list
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