• With that amount, it's either water weight or the scale. If you eat nothing and weigh yourself once in the morning, once at noon, and once at night, the scale reading won't just go down -- it will fluctuate. Your body balances things based on the energy needs of the day. That's why a lot of fitness coaches recommend you only weigh yourself every few days and ALWAYS at the same time. That way you can get a real idea of what's going on.
  • Suzy is right. Its probably just water. I've gained 10lbs in a week when I went off my meds that help eliminate water from my body, and lost it back in 2 days after taking my meds regularly again. I also lost 12 lbs in 3 days because of vomiting and diarrhea. If you are determined to change your body, you need to make it a lifestyle change and focus more on inches (or how your clothes fit) than weight. Oh, and don't give up after two weeks!

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