You are correct about the points. They've not changed in the last few years since coming out with the green, blue and purple plan. (heard the three plans have been previous ww plans and so many people liked one over the other so they gave an "option").93 points per day plus extra weekly points. I'm not sure if things have changed dramatically since (according to her) the plans are pretty new...but on average, across the board one WW point equates to around 50 calories...so she's been allocated around 4500 calories daily with some extras thrown in over the week. I don't believe WW has the infinifat market in their sights or in their research for that matter. 50 WW points would be a far more realistic target for ALR if she actually did want to lose weight....but she doesn't want to diet at all.
Edit 'cos spellings going hard in the middle of the night.
The problem with this current plan is that it's easy to over eat on zero point foods. Ww don't think you'll sit there and binge on a ton of fruit...but if you're hungry enough and it's claimed to be free then yes. I don't know the calculations on how many calories a point is...but the plan focuses on very low fat diet. The more fat an item is the higher the point cost. They've upped the points of things to compensate for the free foods. The higher the cost of items they hope to push you to make healthier options with the zero point foods. But not good for folks who abuse that or lack portion control. A previous plan (that was better) had a cost value to a lot of the free foods now. Comparing a day's worth of food on WW to mfp without zero point foods can fall very low calorie wise
But this is alr..who lies and on the first day had kfc (22 for the bowl and 5 points for individual Mac and cheese or 17points for a bowl but conflicting info on the Mac) and who knows what else. She's never followed the program correctly either or ever honest with herself or to viewers. She also doesn't portion control which is very important.