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Has it stopped working?

#1
Hello!!

I'm now on day 8 of my total meal replacement plan using Avidlite MRP products.

I lost 3 pounds the first day, 2 pounds the second day and 1 pound on the 3rd day and since then I have not lost anything. That's 5 days with no loss :confused::confused::confused:

I've stuck to the plan perfectly. My water intake wasn't great on days 5 and 6, but it's now back where it should be.

What am I doing wrong??? I'm on the verge of giving up :cry:
 
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#2
You're weighing yourself too often.

Weight fluctuates due to all sorts of things, hormones, amount of erm "waste" in the bowel, water retention, muscle/fat ratio, and that's just off the top of my head.

Set youself a single date/time each week to weigh in and even if you look at the scales inbetween only take note of your weight on your proper weigh-in.

You will still see an overall downward trend week on week if you do it like that.

Way I see it you have lost 6lbs in a week, that's great. :) if you go another 2-3 weeks without losing then you would be justified in worrying.............
 

IrishMum

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#3
You're weighing yourself too often.

Weight fluctuates due to all sorts of things, hormones, amount of erm "waste" in the bowel, water retention, muscle/fat ratio, and that's just off the top of my head.

Set youself a single date/time each week to weigh in and even if you look at the scales inbetween only take note of your weight on your proper weigh-in.

You will still see an overall downward trend week on week if you do it like that.

Way I see it you have lost 6lbs in a week, that's great. :) if you go another 2-3 weeks without losing then you would be justified in worrying.............
Ditto. Step away from the scales!! My weight can fluctuate 5-6lbs a DAY depending on what I eat/drink/exercise!
If you really can't stop weighing yourself, take a note of your weights & work out the average each day. Plot this on a chart and you'll see the line going rapidly down.
6lbs in a WEEK!!! Err...hello, thats AMAZING!!!!!:eek::D
 


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