1.5 points per ounce
1 small, cooked sweet potato is 1.5 Points or 6 Set Points.
Depends on the size. 3 points for a fist sized potato
Between 1 and 2 in points plus depending on how large it is - the smaller ones are 1 but a baked potato is 2. Candied is also 2. A serving of mashed sweet potato is also 2.
It'e either 2.5 Points or 6 Set Points.
How many points are Stacy Pita Chips cinnamon and Paramesan & garlic
9 weight watcher points
With the old system they were 13 chips for 3 points. I would guess they are 4 points for the new system
It will vary depending on the size of the bag.
Yes. Any type of potato chips, if consumed in high quantities, will make you gain weight.
Well, potato chips are deep fried in fat and oil that can cause weight gain and obesity if eaten too much. Once you eat potato chips the first time, you will get addicted and you will want to eat more and more, which will make you fat. In other cases, potato chips consuming has lead to fevers and sore throats.
Potato chips were invented in Louisiana in 1853.
The good effects of eating potato chips are getting a good appetite and good tasting. The bad parts of eating too much potato chips are gaining weight, getting fat, receiving diabetes, and sore throat.
Not at all because potato chips are loaded with calories and fats. Generally, potato chips can make you gain weight easily and might cause obesity if eaten too much.
some people thick potato chips are healthy but they are not you can eat them or they will add alot of carbsAnswerPotato chips contain a lot of sodium and grease, which leads to acne for certain people. One bag of potato chips contains 160-300 calories, due to high amounts of carbohydrates. Consuming potato chips on a daily basis would lead to weight gain and possibly obesity.
because they are little chips of the potato not big chunks