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    True weight gain or water?

    Hi,

    I want to know if these weight gains in P4 are really water wt gains or real mass wt gain? I have done 5 rds of HCG and each time I struggle in p3 & 4. This P4 I cannot stay under 120, due to this 1-2.5 gain every time in introduce anything new, which is why I have not eaten any new foods lately. I just want to stabilize around 118 but its not happening. I eat no high carbs, or sugar, do not overeat, I may even undereat calories, and I exercise by walking, squats, crunches several days a week. I just need to know that I am not gaining real weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ncnightowl View Post
    Hi,

    I want to know if these weight gains in P4 are really water wt gains or real mass wt gain? I have done 5 rds of HCG and each time I struggle in p3 & 4. This P4 I cannot stay under 120, due to this 1-2.5 gain every time in introduce anything new, which is why I have not eaten any new foods lately. I just want to stabilize around 118 but its not happening. I eat no high carbs, or sugar, do not overeat, I may even undereat calories, and I exercise by walking, squats, crunches several days a week. I just need to know that I am not gaining real weight.
    Are you keeping a food log to record what you are eating, so you can notice if there is a major gain after eating certain foods? That's the only way you will be able to isolate whether what you re eating may be a hidden sensitivity that results in inflammatory water weight gain, which does back down with a correction day inflammation smoothie, and/or epsom salt bath.
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    I eat the same foods with some variations. I wonder though sies the hour of dinner makes a difference. I tend to ear after 730pm?

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    If your digestion is slow like mine, eating at 7:30 will mean bad results on the scales the next day. I always try to eat dinner by 6:30 at the latest.
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    Yes, my digestive system is slow, so I know I need to eat earlier. Im going to change up my schedule to see if that helps. Thanks!

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