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SIMARIA1 Posts: 353
5/12/13 9:04 P

Thanks for the input. Okay, I am going to stay the course. Appreciate your comment.

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5/12/13 8:46 P

Yes, that's normal. Weight loss is not a linear process. There will be weeks you lose, weeks you don't lose, even weeks you gain! This is all a part of the process, and perfectly normal. As long as you're making some progress (and if you are visibly changing, you ARE losing fat!

SIMARIA1 Posts: 353
5/12/13 8:11 P

For a few weeks I was releasing 2 Lbs a week, I was ecstatic. Now without changing a thing the scale remains the same. I have noticed a difference in my body, clothes are a bit looser, stomach is flatter. I maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly, is it normal to stop and then begin to see results? Don't get me wrong, happy for the changes I do so, but one would think so much effort would put out positive numbers. BTW Blessed Mom's Day to all the moms!!!

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