As you know from the commercials, Subway is the place to eat for sandwiches with 6 grams of fat or less (just leave off the mayonnaise and no cheese or oil). If you are a Weight Watcher member, you will find that the 6" turkey breast sub is only 5 points. Also the ham sub, roast beef sub, and turkey breast and ham sub. Deli style sandwiches are 4 points. The salads are all 2 or 3 points if you leave off the cheese and salad dressing. You can use the French or Ranch Dressings for 1 point, and the Fat-Free Italian Dressing for 0 points. You can have a 6-inch Low Fat Turkey Breast & Ham Sub (with standard vegetable), 1 Low Fat Veggie Delite Salad (without cheese), and 1 packet of Fat Free Ranch Dressing all for only 6 points. This is why a Subway Diet can work. Not that I would want to only eat Subway sandwiches, but I sure don't mind one a few times a month. For those of you not dieting, it is just a good sandwich to eat. And for those of you who don't know about the point system, it is just a way to judge how much fat, calories, and fiber you are getting from the foods you eat, without having to look it up yourself each time. After a while, you have the points memorized.