Learn about the NEW! WW PersonalPointsTM Program and our most personalized weight loss program ever | WW Canada
Our Most Personalized Weight Loss Program Ever!
Learn how our NEW! PersonalPointsTM program can help you drop the pounds you want while eating what you love and living your life fully.
3 Ways The New WW Program Helps You Succeed
1. PersonalPoints are tailored to you
No need to change your lifestyle—your unique Points budget and ZeroPoint™ foods list will be customized to the foods you love and can’t live without.
WW members Jessie D. and Jacqueline S. lost -29 lbs and -55 lbs.
People following the WW program can expect to lose 1-2 lbs/week.
2. Complex science = one simple number
We use the latest nutritional research to guide you toward foods higher in healthy fats, fibre, and protein, and lower in added sugars and saturated fats. Just eat and track—how easy is that?
3. You’ll earn Points—for the first time ever!
You can now add to your daily Points budget by eating non-starchy vegetables, drinking more water, or carving out time for activity. Building healthy habits has never been more rewarding!
Air-Fried Baja Fish Tacos. Find this recipe and thousands more in the WW app!
All the Details on PersonalPoints
When you join WW, you’ll answer a series of questions via our PersonalPoints Engine, which builds your unique ZeroPoint food list and PersonalPoints Budget to ensure you can eat what you love and still lose weight.
It’s Up to You How You Spend
Did you know that 300 calories from a brownie impacts your body differently than 300 calories from grilled chicken? Unlike other weight loss programs, we look at calories and big-picture, complex nutrient data to create a food’s PersonalPoints value. It’s exactly why healthier eating feels easier—and actually fun—on WW.
Cilantro-Marinated Chicken with Avocado & Corn Salad
Wondering how PersonalPoints are different from SmartPoints? Now, values go up with added sugars and saturated fat and go down with protein and, with our new program, go down with fibre and unsaturated fats.
Foods That Have Higher Points
ZeroPoint or Low-Point Foods
|Lean meats like chicken or turkey|
|High-fat dairy||Low- or no-fat dairy|
It’s Up to You How You Earn
For the first time ever, you can bump up your PersonalPoints budget in three ways. Here's how:
Why you’ll love PersonalPoints
- There are no “can’t have” foods or weird restrictions
- You can leave room for the food you love, and still lose weight
- You earn more PersonalPoints by making healthier choices
- Every healthy choice adds up to lasting, daily habits
Your Questions, Answered!
PersonalPoints™ brings together three groundbreaking innovations—personalized ZeroPoint foods lists, an algorithm that makes healthy choices simpler, and rewards for building healthy habits—to provide a truly personalized path to weight loss. And “personalized” isn’t just a buzzword—It’s scientifically proven that individualized approaches lead to greater weight loss than a one-size-fits-all approach!
Let us count the exciting ways! Our brand-new algorithm crunches even more nutritional data, so you’re guided toward the healthiest choices. Foods higher in fibre and healthy fat—like avocado, almonds, and some whole grains—are now lower in Points than before. We’re also nudging you away from added sugar and unhealthy fat. Some foods may have gone up a bit in Points, but you’ll still have plenty in your Budget for the ones you love.
Anything you want—really! On WW, nothing is off-limits. Just track each food, stick to your Budget, eat ZeroPoint foods, and watch the weight come off.
We have thousands of meatless recipes (plus a plant-based cookbook!) that make a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle and weight loss totally possible—and delicious.
When it comes to nutrition, calories don’t tell the whole story. PersonalPoints factor in calories, added sugar, saturated fat, protein, fibre, and unsaturated fat to guide you toward a healthier pattern of eating so you can lose weight and feel good. To learn more about our proven science and research, visit the Science Center.