As the previous poster said, you will see many ups and downs and standstills as you continue to lose weight. It you're eating right and exercising, in other words, are still doing the things you've learned to lose weight, it will come off. You really have to look at the long-term.
As for eating the pizza, just move on. Tomorrow is a brand new day; just learn from the experience and put it behind you!
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5/9/13 7:48 P
Don't worry ! What you're experiencing is perfectly normal. It's nothing more than a temporary water weight gain. Ever notice your weight goes up during TOM ? Most women tend to "gain" weight during their menstrual cycle. Is that a fat gain ? Nope, it's nothing more than a temporary water weight gain that passes in a few days. I can easily gain as much as 3-4 pounds in a day because of a shift in my water weight.
You're going to see many ups and downs on that scale as you lose. A gain on the scale doesn't mean you're doing anything wrong. It really is nothing more than water retention.
5/9/13 7:24 P
I weigh in every Thursday and usually feel so good to see my numbers moving down well today before i went into work i weighed and was so devastated that in fact i did not loose any weight but had gained back 2lbs :-( i was depressed for the rest of the day because i usually call everyone and announce my weeks weight loss and fell so horibble that the scale had moved back up .to top it all of my Husband decides to order Pizza Hut for dinner and because i didn't loose any weight i decided to indulge in two heavenly slices now i feel even worse because i feel like i am all messed up and with other things at work and home i feel like i have just lost a handle on it all :( I can only pray that I can get back on track but im very scared that like previous times before i will loose a handle on it all.
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