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JADZIA1111 Posts: 10
2/11/13 7:58 A

Sorry I'm no native speaker.

I did not eat all this at the same time, it was over the whole weekend.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
2/11/13 6:49 A

The other answer definitely addresses it.

However, on a personal level - I think I'd throw up if I ate all those sweets, but that's just me

BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,981
2/11/13 4:22 A

Overate* Sorry, I'm a teacher and its automatic

You lose and gain weight for a variety of reasons, only one of which is your calories consumed. Water weight plays a huge part, due to how much sodium you consume, what exercises you have been doing, etc. Also, weight loss/gain doesn't occur as you are eating the item, it has to do with long term eating and exercise habits. Your calories may have still averaged at a deficit for the week. Sometimes weight makes no sense. For example, yesterday I was smack bang in the middle of my ranges, didn't eat any sweets, and I'm up nearly a kilo today!

JADZIA1111 Posts: 10
2/11/13 2:32 A

Over the weekend I couldn't stop myself from eating sweets..I ate a whole box of chocolate, 2 bavarian doughnuts and a bar of chocolate (during Saturday and Sunday).

Now when I stepped on the scale today (my Wii weights me everyday I practice - last practice was on Friday) I lost nearly 1.5kg since Friday.

How could this be? I was prepared to see that I gained weight, so I was very very surprised..

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