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Connorh233 Sun 10-Jul-16 19:28:34

Hi, I was wondering if someone could offer me some advice or guidance. I've been on the slimming world extra easy plan since January this year and have so far lost 4st 11.5lbs. I weigh in on a Thursday night at 5pm but Thursday just gone I had to weigh in at 11.30pm so I went to the gym beforehand and got weighed in, without eating anything all morning before weigh in and only drinking water for the first 2 hours of the morning. I lost 6.5lbs to my surprise which I was over the moon about! That took me to 15st 10.5lbs, however after a little slip up on Thursday evening with a McDonald's cheeseburger and fries, I am now up at 16st 3lbs which is more than a 6.5lbs gain from Thursday! I understand it is still only Sunday and this may change but I was just wondering if anyone could pin point this down to water weight or any other explanation? My usual daily diet consists of:
Breakfast: 2 melon lollies
Snack: 1 small orange
Lunch: SW soup from Iceland or 4 Ryvitas with chicken and laughing cow cheese light with a mullerlight yoghurt and an apple.
Snack: 1 small orange
Dinner: chicken and rice with peppers and onions and broccoli.
Snack: either 2 hifi bars or 2 Alpen light bars or 2 weetabix with skimmed milk, using up my healthy extras.

Really need some help as this is getting me down! sad

molyholy Mon 11-Jul-16 13:08:00

Do you mean you weighed in at 11.30am before eating anything and you usually get weighed in the evening?

If so, weight can fluctuate by lbs form morning to evening. I have been 5lbs lighter in the morning than in the evening.

Connorh233 Mon 11-Jul-16 15:36:13

Yeah I woke up at 9, went to the gym for an hour then went to weigh in at 11.30am without any food in my system, only water.

Really? That's comforting to know! I've been so confused as to how this could've happened

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