Speaking of the scale, (who was speaking of the scale?) I just wanted to emphasize a couple of good reasons for using it. When I step on the scale each morning, I’m looking for a couple of things. Did it go down or up or stay the same? If it went down, all is good and I’m doing what I should. If it went up a little, what was the reason? Maybe the problem is water retention. Take some apple cider vinegar and water. Check what you ate the day before. I often go up a little if I ate beef the day before. It’s only temporary but I’m aware of why. If this is a trend over a few days, then something is wrong with what you’re eating or how much. Maybe it’s a problem with constipation. Whatever it is, get on it quickly. The last check is if I’m the same as I was. Could be a plateau. Then you need some plateau busters. I omit a fruit and a starch which usually breaks it. I also take a water blast in which I drink a couple more glasses than my usual 8. All this I can tell by monitoring the scale. Checking my belt size does not help. So step on the scale each day for a quick assessment.
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