Nirerin said it exactly. Weight and fat are NOT the same thing, at all. If you're weighing daily, pretty much all of the difference you see is due to water. Water is heavy, and raw veggies have a lot of water-- but water has no calories and does not create fat. When you eat a salad for dinner and then weigh yourself before it's digested, it's just the same as if you got on the scale carrying that salad in your hand. You're weighing yourself plus the weight of the salad.
Fat changes far too slowly to see it if you weigh every day. It's like trying to measure the how fast a child is growing by using a yardstick that only has inches, no fractions. It takes at least a month to change a full inch. If you measure the kid every day, it will seem like she's not growing at all. Most people only measure their children when they go to a doctor or need new clothes.
If you feel you have to weigh yourself every day, that's a personal thing, but you have to be aware that you're measuring water, not fat. The daily measurements aren't an indicator of whether you're actually gaining or losing weight/fat, so maybe try weighing every day but only writing it down on one specific day of the week.
| current weight: 132.0