South Beach Diet - First week Phase 2 weight gain




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1oftheLuvs
03-01-2010, 12:09 PM
OK, Ladies.... I could use a pep talk this morning... I had my weekly weigh-in and although I stayed 100% OP, I'm up one pound. :cry: Logically, I know that it's probably just some water weight coming back since this was my first week adding in Phase 2 foods, but it's still disappointing.

I'm going to stay in Phase 1.25 this week to give things a chance to stabilize a bit.... hopefully I'll see a nice loss next week.


BellaLucia
03-01-2010, 12:41 PM
Stay the course dearie!

Kslosingit
03-01-2010, 12:47 PM
I'm sorry! That is disappointing I am sure! Keep up the good work and i bet you will see a loss next week! Are your clothes fitting any looser? Do you feel better and more energetic? I know it's hard, but try to look for the positive changes you are experiencing.


WaistingTime
03-01-2010, 01:41 PM
Hang in there!

1oftheLuvs
03-01-2010, 02:01 PM
Thanks, ladies... :hug:

I'm going to hang tough... I really do think I'll have a woosh when I weigh next Monday. My ticker has been changed... :( I definitely liked it better before, but at least I still have less than 100 pounds to lose, :spin: I was so happy when I realized that last week.

Last Monday I did have an NSV when I put on my jeans for the first time since getting back on the beach... they had been sooooooo tight and it had been a real struggle to button them up. They are still snug, but they buttoned right up and were much more comfortable.

murphmitch
03-01-2010, 06:56 PM
Same thing happened to me. Lost it plus more over the next couple weeks. Hang in there!

jenne1017
03-01-2010, 09:24 PM
tough though it may be, hang in there :)

Mmckellen
03-01-2010, 09:37 PM
You will really find yourself going up and down on this diet. Lose, gain a little, lose more, gain a pound. You should weigh, but don't use it necessarily as the ultimate barometer of whether or not your body is shrinking. You should take measurements starting now (I wish I had done it when I first started!), and use your clothes as a guide too. Stay the course, you can do it!