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Old 05-10-2013, 09:20 AM   #21
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Best time to do measurements and taking your weight is in the morning when you wake up, usually after you urinate.

That will be your "true" body weight, by true I mean it isn't affected by water weight and food intake. Unless you have to binge eat late in the evening before, that may skew things just a bit.

Your weight is definitely going to continue to fluctuate during the day based off your food and water intake, so make sure that whenever you are weighting yourself and taking measurements you're doing so under the same conditions every time or you're going to throw yourself off.


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That can be some kinda lack in diet i guess you are taking something which is fat containing or too much of calories.
My suggestion for you is to take the appropriate diet.And cardio
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