Tuesday, April 26, 2011

More Information

I have decided to weigh myself every morning this week because I am hoping that doing so will give me some insight or information about what is happening come weigh-in time.  Last week I weighed on Wednesday (unofficially) and was at 240 but then come the official weigh-in yesterday morning I had actually gained half a pound.  But I didn't feel like I had done anything over the weekend to damage the loss I saw on Wednesday so I want to track myself this week and find out what's going on.  This morning I weighed in at 240.5 ... so go figure: I'm down a lb last Wednesday, then up half a pound yesterday for the official weigh-in and then I'm down a pound from yesterday come this morning.  I am going to get under 240 lbs this week if I have to amputate something to do it.

8 glasses of water
1 cup of coffee w/creamer
1 Fiber One bar
1 stuffed pepper half
1 tomato & basil flatbread pizza
>>single serving
Daily Caloric Intake: 1,036

2 flights of stairs


  1. I never liked weighing daily. I know weight fluctuates from day to day, so I would just rather not know, lol, but now that I started the HCG diet, it's pretty much a requirement to weigh daily.. oh well, at least the progress is pretty nice!

    You can do it. :) Just stay focused! Maybe there is a certain food you're eating that's causing the problem?

  2. Yikes!! Here's hoping it doesn't come to that!!

  3. I'm only going to do a daily weight this week so that I can maybe find out what's going on. I feel like I've had a good week so far and yet even despite having a very low caloric intake yesterday I showed a gain this morning. To me this indicates that my metabolism has slowed for some reason but with just one weigh in of that nature it could be retention or waste so I need to keep tracking this week and see if it continues to happen. If it goes up-down-up-down all week then I will know two things: 1 my waste is potentially causing a false gain and 2 my metabolism is too slow for loss. Of course this will also depend on the amount of activity engaged prior to weighing.