What does it mean??

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kristyanne3

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Posted: 10 May 2014, 07:39
so I weigh myself before bed and in the morning. im basically at my goal weight (I teeter here and there). but this passed week I had a baby shower to attend at work and decided to have a few treats. so I went over on my calories and carbs a few days - and each night I was between 122 and 121 and waking much less. so last night I had a cupcake with my kids that I hated myself for.. I was 121.8 before bed a couple hours later. I woke up this morning at 118.6... I have heard a few different theories but all that makes sense to me is that im not allowing my body enough so its holding on to some of the weight until I have some fat/treats and then letting go??? is that whats happenening? my husband says its a metabolism thing but I don't know. any ideas? .. surely cupcakes are not the secret to weight loss lol
corifeo

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Posted: 10 May 2014, 08:46
Explanation number one Perspiration.

Explanation number two you want to the bath room and you don’t remember.

Explanation number three your fat cells where storing some water and they decided to loss some of it.

Explanations number four the cupcake did it?

But seriously you should not feel bad about eating a cupcake with your kids.

have a good weekend.
wholefoodnut

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Posted: 10 May 2014, 08:53
Happens to most of us, heavier at night than in the am. Also usually heavier later in the day.
"A health claim on a food product is a good indication that it is not really food" Michael Pollan

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