Hi! Question. I know it's not all about the numbers on the scale, but I stepped on them this morning and put on 3lbs in just over a week...then proceeded to have an 'I don't care what I eat day'. Which was silly and harmful (uni work didn't help with that) But is there anything you can recommend for tomorrow for a bit of a reset? A day cleanse to get back on track? Had a weight loss goal for this programme and graduation and still want to reach it. Thanks! Xx

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Madeleine Shaw
about 4 years

Hello gorgeous!! Like the girls have said above focus on how much goodness you're putting in your body!! A good way to reset is by drinking lots of water, lemon and ginger xx

about 4 years

Thank you so much for the support! Got a fresh start on so going to power through today xx

about 4 years

You have to factor in that muscle weighs more than fat, so you may have gained muscle from the workouts? But I agree the scale means nothing! It does measure your beauty or potential

about 4 years

I wouldn't worry! My weight can change -/+5 lbs in a day. I agree with Autieflipper get rid of your scales, you will notice the difference in your clothes 😊

about 4 years

I put on weight in week one of the plan and was really disheartened- getting to a healthy weight was my goal and the plan is quite expensive if it fails. By week three my weight loss really ramped up though and I lost 6lbs - I think the extra veggies and beans bloated me up at the start. Hang on in there, it will work. As well as doing the plan I count calories to make sure I'm accidentally overeating when I do menu swaps.

about 4 years

Ditch the scales they don't help because it doesn't measure your muscle fat and water retention . I find scales triggering. I slip up some days then start again