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    Planned treat but feeling really crap now

    I planned a treat Friday just gone for a sausage sarnie (work were rewarding us with breakfast for working really well. We very rarely receive any thanks so I couldn't not, out of principle really). I knew I was probably going to kick myself out of Ketosis, and the possibility of staying the same.

    I havent felt like I have come out of Ketosis though, no headaches, nothing.... so I am really confused :S

    I looked on the scales and it says I've put 2lbs on. It makes me feel like crap, I couldn't possibly think that it would be that much!

    I wanted to know could it possibly be water? I know I'm not drinking as much as I should be I just don't feel as thirsty any more. Could that be it?

    I just feel so down it really wasn't worth it for how bad I feel now.

    Any help?

    Lulu
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    It's possibly stored as glycogen - loss of glycogen stores are what gives the bigger loss in the first week.

    Stick at it, will be gone in no time .

    I've had my own wee demons this week, especially in the face of pancakes!

    But think long term - treats are good, in moderation, and stop you feeling deprived.

    Don't fall for the old chestnut where one lapse means you give up hope. You will get there!

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    Ps I don't mean I ate any pancakes! I just started trying to talk myself out of the diet!

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    Water will also increase your loss, especially as your body will try and store the food. On a 'normal' diet 2lb wouldn't be too bad for a treat, at least with exante you know it will come off.
    Good luck, do you have far to go? xxx





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