4th weigh in, and the losses are still happening!

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  1. This time its forever

    This time its forever Full Member

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    Hi friends, just got home from my CDC and I lost 4.6lbs :D

    I didnt lose not even one cm in all the areas she measured, has anyone ever had that - lose weight and no cm?

    I made mistake, because I thought I was allowed, I ate onion 3 times last week in my meals :confused:. This might be the reason?
     
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    Jayellekay this time - the last time

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    I don't think there's a pattern. Some weeks it'll be weight. Other weeks it'll be inches.
    It'll all even out eventually!

    Do you measure every week? I only do it monthly, cause it's easy to measure in a slightly different place which when you're looking for a small loss can make it difficult to get measurements right.
     
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    When I go each week my CDC weighs and measures me - bust, thighs, bum, waist, arms.

    Each week I have had cm loss, pretty large losses actually, especially on my legs. In my 2nd week I only lost 2.86lbs but lost 13cms all over!
     
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    Yeh I had that exactly! But now I'm down 2 dress sizes suddenly. I think its quite hard to measure accurately on cd as the skin may not have shrunk in exact timing with the fat, so say 2nd week all my clothes were looser and weighed a stone less, but no different in measurements! I could feel the diff though, can you?
     
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    Thats good to know!

    Yeah I def can, I wore trousers I havent worn for years yesterday, a skirt that fitted but was tight on me today (and its now so lose I prob wont wear again!)

    Ive started fitting into a smaller size, from 26-24
     
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    Great job....keep going:) Remember that onion has a lot of sugars in it and might hurt you ketosis. Better keep testing.
     
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    Thanks all :) No more onions for me, I was using onions and not spring onions (which are allowed)! Never again!
     
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