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You want some pointless information? You should, because in this case, it's not useless, but zero points, as in Weight Watchers. The famous weight loss program tracks points so "pointless" or free foods, you can eat as much as you want. Here are recipes with ketogenic and paleo-free foods. With tweaks, these can be used for vegetarian, vegan or gastric bypass surgery diets which Dr. Now of "My 600-lb Life" gives patients.

Free meals with meat

Oprah Winfrey and celebrities [VIDEO] on Weight Watchers must be loving the new free food list. Now dieters can eat lean meat, fish, beef, pork loin and chicken breast because they subtract more than they add.

This is great for reality television [VIDEO] patients of "My 600-lb Life." Dr. Now's bariatric surgery diet calls for lots of protein, little fat and almost zero carbs. Protein curbs hunger and cravings and aids diabetes by providing energy with blood sugar spikes.

Vegetarian and vegan protein options

Weight Watchers also allows pretty much unlimited consumption of seafood and even eggs. Vegetarian dieters can swap salmon, tuna, shrimp, scallops or mussels for meat. How about shrimp egg foo young with no saturated fat and tons of chopped veggies? Skip the rice. Vegan eaters can enjoy tofu and some beans. Nuts and seeds aren't free because they are so high in fat, but at least it's good ketogenic MUFA (monounsaturated fatty acids) and PUFA (polyunsaturated fatty acids). They're also high in fiber which "My 600-lb Life" pushes.

Free fruits and vegetables

This is where Dr. Now and Weight Watchers diverge. The "My 600-lb Life" reality TV [VIDEO] physician discourages fruits and vegetables because they fill up gastric bypass surgery patients' smaller stomachs without satisfying. Later these foods are added. The best fruits are berries with seeds and green leafy vegetables. It is also best to avoid starchy, high-carb bananas, corn, peas and squash.

Stir-fry a free meal

Saute in a copper pan or any ceramic-coated pan. These are safely non-stick and require no oil for cooking. If veggies get a little stuck, they will taste yummy and grilled and also clean off with a damp cloth. A perfect "My 600-lb Life" stir-fry is green Thai curry. Season shrimp or chicken breast cubes, pea pods, red and yellow peppers, broccoli, sliced Brussels sprouts, carrots, scallions bok choy and kale with curry powder, ginger, black pepper and garlic and saute. Dress with apple cider vinegar, orange and lime juice and Bragg's Liquid Amino if desired. Garnish with raw cashews, almonds, chia or pumpkin seeds and bid farewell to obesity.