Updates As Of 05/22/24

Restaurant Guide UPDATES 05/22/24:

Restaurant Guide - Our Restaurant Guide has 561 restaurants listed in all!

Can't find the restaurant you are looking for? Then use our Restaurant Submission Form and we'll be sure to add it to our list!

Weight Watchers SmartPoints® Are Being Updated! You can also calculate foods yourself using our new and updated calculator!

There are only a few more restaurants that need to be updated. We are in the process of completing these as well as all of the restaurant updates which have been emailed to us in the past year. You can see the status Here. Please be patient as we finish up! Thanks, JDN Staff.

Please be patient if you have submitted a restaurant and have yet to see it on the list. Quite a few restaurants submitted do not supply nutrition information so these will not be able to go on our site. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please see the updates page to see the list of restaurants that need to be added. Thanks to all the people that have been using our Restaurant Submission Form to make it a lot easier for us to add to our ever-growing restaurant list.


Daily Calorie Budget Calculator

Find out your daily caloric needs for your goal weight and stay on track.

To calculate your daily caloric needs, your basal metabolic rate (BMR), the amount of energy your body needs to function at rest, is first calculated and multiplied by an activity factor. BMR includes the energy required to keep the heart beating, lungs breathing, body temperature stable, etc, and accounts for about 60-70% of calories burned in a day.

BMR formulas for women and men Mifflin-St Jeor method was used to calculate BMR. Enter weight in Kg and height in cm in the formula below.

* Women: 9.99 x weight + 6.25 x height - 4.92 x age - 161
* Men: 9.99 x weight + 6.25 x height - 4.92 x age + 5

Information about the activity level

* Sedentary: little or no exercise / bed-ridden / mostly sitting
* Light Activity: doing mostly desk jobs / < 1 hr of physical activity/day
* Moderate Activity: housework / 1 hr of physical activity/day
* Very Active: About 2 hr of physical activity/day
* Extremely Active: > 2 hr of daily hard work (athletes/farmers)

Note: A deficit of about 500 Kcal a day will result in weight loss of 1 lb a week. Remember to exercise to boost your metabolism.

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The formulas that have been used to calculate Points, PointsPlus & SmartPoints values are not actual Weight Watchers formulas. The values listed on the site may differ from the actual Weight Watchers Points, PointsPlus & SmartPoints values. In order to calculate the actual values you will need a SmartPoints calculator purchased through a Weight Watchers meeting or Weight Watchers Online. For more information on Weight Watchers or the PointsPlus system please go to WeightWatchers.com.

JDN Notches Calculators are generated by JustDietNow and does not have any collaboration with Weight Watchers Calculators. Notches may vary slightly due to our own formulas to calculate the scores.

All information is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before starting a new fitness regimen.