Scales are not the be all and end all where it comes to measuring our success - in fact, they are generally well down on the list. How your clothes fit, your energy levels and the quality of your sleep, as well as the condition of your skin/hair are much better indicators.
Often people put on weight when they start exercising. This has nothing to do with doing anything wrong, but rather that you are building some muscle and that requires more fluid to do so. You are decreasing your body fat. In time the scales will reverse, but in the mean time I suggest that you give the scales the heave-ho for a while.
Make sure that you eat well and that means a good balance of carbs/fats/proteins, and plenty of fruit/veges, a good amount of wholegrains and protein from healthy sources, not processed meats. I also suggest that you weigh all of your food for increased accuracy and enter it all into the Nutrition Tracker. Then you will have the ability to tweak your intake as and when necessary. It will help to you stay on track.
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