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From: AudreyInCa DelphiPlus Member Icon6/11/18 9:39 AM 
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As a person who weighs myself daily I am learning there are some times when it's just not going to be accurate. Here are 7 times to ignore the scale

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From: marie200ff6/11/18 12:27 PM 
To: AudreyInCa DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 3) 
 494.2 in reply to 494.1 

Good article. I think I gained a pound last week because I started my period because it's gone again. I like this article too that was referenced in the one you posted.

A lot of these things are true for me in this article which makes me feel good because then maybe I am getting healthier even if the scale isn't moving tons. 


From: AudreyInCa DelphiPlus Member Icon6/11/18 12:41 PM 
To: marie200ff  (3 of 3) 
 494.3 in reply to 494.2 

Oh that is a good one too...yes I try not to weigh myself at all during "that" week cause I know i'll always have water retention.  You know at the end of the day getting healthier and living longer is really what's most important. There are a few things I can identify with in your article too. Especially the go the extra step...when the trainer first told me warm up with 5 mins on the elliptical I was stressed cause normally i can barely do 3 mins and my legs are killing me.  In 4 weeks time I have worked myself up to 10 mins...i was so excited Saturday when I pushed myself and made 10 minutes.  


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