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  1. clear_d

    clear_d Member

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    12st0lb
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    2st12lb(16.33%)
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    low carb
    well if my scarels r rite i managed to lose 2 stone in 2 weeks>?
    o lol i havent been not eating and i only gym 2 tiems a week, i thought miby my scales r brok, so i had others stand on them and apparently they rnt broken, but im feelign a bitty confused since it dosnt seem normal to me and i havnt lost any dress sizes :( any thoughts?
     
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  3. HotMess6

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    Have you been restricting calories? Eating healthier? More active? Simple little swaps like could be the reason. It's strange that you haven't dropped any dress sizes though after 28lbs...
     
  4. Azi

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    Have you put your scales in a different room? When I move my scales from the wooden kitchen floor to the carpetted living room floor, I gain about 20lbs.
     
  5. HotMess6

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    Like Azi said, I have found that problem too. Especially if it is on a floor that is tilted and not completely flat/horizontal.
     
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