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Thread: 1st week loss... 2nd week put on??

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    Join Date
    31st July, 2009
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    Diet: Slimming World
    Height: 5ft3in
    Start Date: 24/01/12
    Start Weight: 10st10lb
    Current Weight: 10st10lb
    Goal Weight: 8st7lb
    Goal Date: September 2012

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 26.6
    Current BMI: 26.6
    Goal BMI: 21.1

    Weight to Lose: 2st3lb
    % Lost 0%

    1st week loss... 2nd week put on??

    Hi all,

    I am a bit confused on where I am going wrong!! My first week I lost 2.5lbs, which I was happy about, but its my weigh in Tuesday so I thought I would have a sneaky peek on the scales at home and I've put a pound back on!! So dissappointed!! I have done everything the same and cant understand why I would of put weight on? I have my HEX and always have a super free food with every meal.. I never feel hungry at all. Maybe I am eating too much? I feel so low about this.

    Any help would be nice!

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    11th January, 2012
    Bognor Regis, West Sussex
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    Diet: Slimming World all the way!!
    Start Weight: 16st12lb
    Current Weight: 16st6lb
    Goal Weight: 13st0lb
    Goal Date: Sept 12

    Total Weight Loss: 0st6lb
    Weight to Lose: 3st6lb
    % Lost 2.54%
    Hi, I lost 3 and a half in the first week, put on one and a half in the second.......and then lost 5 in the third week!! We all lose at different rates and can weigh different amounts at different time s of the day....different by several pounds!! Honestly this works if you stick too it, you don't ever need to feel hungry. Three times I have lost two stone in three months on SW....put it back on fault not SW's. Going to stick with it this time and lose the whole six stone I need to lose!! I also notice that you aren't very over weight, a lb or 2 a week is the best way. Good luck and throw away the home scales, just do your weekly weigh in at group and go by that....and speak to your consultant...that's what we pay them for!! xxx

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    11th May, 2011
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    I agree don't weigh yourself at home because it makes u feel negative which I honestly think it doesn't help feeling negative x

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