If you’re concerned about drinking wine on Weight Watchers, don’t be. Drinking wine on Weight Watchers is allowed as mentioned in this WW Reimagined article. If you measure your wine in ounces and convert those ounces to points you’re good to go — as long as you keep your points in check. Whether you are counting Points, SmartPoints or FitPoints we’ve got you covered. You do not have to give up your wine.
Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses Make Drinking Wine on Weight Watchers Fun
No one likes the process of losing weight: counting calories, weighing food portions, and counting Weight Watchers wine points. So why not make it fun? The Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses are designed to be subtle and elegant: Elegant measuring wine marks of tiny bubbles, emojis, hearts, and cats grace the glass with no indication of the number of ounces. Our measuring wine glasses come with 4, 6, and 8 ounce marks or 3 and 5 ounce marks. The measuring wine marks are so discreet that a casual observer would not know you were measuring wine.
Highlights of Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses
- The bottom of the measuring marks — tiny bubbles, emojis, hearts, and cats —measure 4, 6, and 8 ounces
- All Purpose wine glasses are dishwasher safe, although handwashing is recommended to preserve the logo
- Our Premium wine glasses are dishwasher safe but we strongly recommend handwashing to prevent breakage and preserve logo
- The Premium wine glasses have a thin rim for an elegant feel and are made of lead-free crystal in a Riedel factory in Germany
- All wine glasses are lead-free
Wine Ounces to Weight Watchers Wine Points Conversion
- For our wine glasses with 4, 6, and 8 ounce measuring marks, the 4-ounce mark equals 4 Weight Watchers wine points, the 6-ounce mark equals 5 points, and the 8-ounce mark equals 7 points.
- For our wine glasses with 3 and 5 ounce measuring marks, the 3-ounce mark equals x Weight Watchers wine points, and the 5-ounce mark equals x points
Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses are endorsed by: World-famous cardiologist, heart surgeon and author of the Plant Paradox Steven Gundry, M.D., and Dr. Connie Guttersen, author of the New York Times best-selling book The Sonoma Diet.