I answer myself: Yes, it is possible for the vice-versa process to happen - last week I ate within the calories range set by spark to loose weight (except one day when I also exercised and I ate about 100 calories more than the the sedentary life assumption + how much I consumed by exercising), but I gained one kg this week instead of loosing 1 kg!
There is something very strange happening. I've been eating about 1200 calories each day this week and I've burned 3000 calories on elliptical trainer and I should have lost about 1 kg but I lost 3 kg. I don't complain about this, but I don't know how and why this happened . 1 kg of fat is lost if you have a deficit of 7700 calories. My deficit this week was 8800. So why did I lose 3 kg and not 1.15 as I should have lost, and could this happen the other way around? - having a greater calories deficit and losing less? What do you think? And does this happen to you, too? - Do you lose more than spark people calculations say you should be losing?
I have only been leader for 2X sooo understandably!!! I am up 2 pounds this morning! I have beden consuming a good deal more salt and eating out on the road! Gotts work on this! I will be better next week!
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