Weighing in

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bunniep4

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Posted: 08 Aug 2012, 13:21
I weigh every day also for the same reasons others mentioned. I ignore minor fluctuations but if scales show a gain of 2 pounds or more, I know I need to make an adjustment.
Sylke

Joined: Dec 09
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Posted: 20 Aug 2012, 13:04
I do the same thing. I also weigh myself the same time every day so I feel I'm getting a more acurate weight. I'm one of those people who seem to gain weight easily but losing weight is extremely difficult. I was on Atkins Induction for 4 weeks and barely lost 5 lbs. Then I added Raspberry Ketones and White Bean Extract (saw it on the Doctor Oz show) and I began losing weight. If losing weight is hard for you also I would highly recommend trying the supplements mentioned above.
paperiniko

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Posted: 20 Aug 2012, 18:16
there you go with another magic potion...



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