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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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2/20/13 7:10 P

No matter what plan you choose, weight loss is not a linear process. Because our bodies are not calculators, there's a lot more that goes into weight loss/gain than fat loss, and calories in/calories out.

Some weeks we'll gain, some weeks we'll lose. Some we'll stay the same. All are normal, and not indicative of an issue.

There's a Sparkteam for this particular diet plan here:

There is also a very large thread in progress here:

Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.

I'm not pregnant, just fat: My blog.
TALILABW SparkPoints: (24)
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2/20/13 7:03 P

My husband and I started the plan 6 days ago. After several attempts at resolving some skins issues and trying to lose weight I was thrilled that I finally started dropping weight. I steadily lost from day 1. Day 5 (yesterday) was a non-test day. Low and behold we both woke up having gained the loss from the previous day. Me at a little over a pound and him at a half pound. Other than that we both feel energized and clear. I'm looking forward to some more results, but this morning's weight was a bummer. I'm confused as to a gain on a non test day.

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