Found an old WW plan here - it may help
Wanted - Information on Original Weight Watchers Plan
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PS 'Old' floaters (someone mentioned) = flex points (from a few years back)
PPS - A little more info I found when googling - FWIW
Go to www.sewessential.blogspot.com
for recipes and info on the old WW Exchange system.
[SIZE=2]Old WW Diet Exchange Plan:[/SIZE]
Week 1 Women - 3 fruit, 2(at least) vegetables, 2 milk, 2 bread, 3 fat, 6 protein and up to 150 optional calories to use as you want throughout the week.
Men do the same except they add 1 extra fruit, 2 breads and 2 protein exchanges daily.
Week 2 women - Protein goes up to 7 exchanges (ounces) per day and the optional calories go up to 200.
Men - Same as women but add a protein (9 per day).
Week 3 Women - Same, except bread goes up to 3 per day and optional goes up to 250/week.
Same for men; add 1 protein and go to 250 optional.
Week 4 and beyond women - 3 fruit, 2 (at least) veggies, 2 milk, 2 to 3 bread, 3 fat, 6 to 8 protein and up to 550 optional calories a week.
Men - 4 to 6 fruits, 2 (at least) veggies, 2 milk, 4 to 5 bread, 3 fat, 8 to 10 protein, and up to 550 optional per week. Fruits are small to medium or 1/2 cup fruit or juice. Milk products: are 1 cup fat free yogurt, 1/2 cup reduced calorie pudding. Bread 80 cal, 3/4 oz. cereal, pita 1 oz., roll 1 oz., (no potatoes until week 2). Protein 1 oz. of any.
Week 2 add 3 oz. potato, 1/2 cup pasta, 1 oz. English muffin or bagel, 1/2 cup rice.
Week 3 add 2 cups popcorn, 2 oz. cooked beans, lentils, or peas. Cheese is 1 oz. for protein. Hope this helps.
After looking for the Weight Watchers old exchange plan info endlessly, I found an exchange system on the TOPS (take off pounds sensibly) website.You can print out a list of all the exchanges and food measurements, etc. on their tools button. I am thrilled to find that it is nearly like the WW old program! Hope this helps
I also found a website helpful to an updated exchange program. http://www.healthy.hillbillyhousewife.com/foodplans.html