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17 Apr 21
I started the 5:2 at the end of February, and I’m so chuffed with how it’s going (I started at 12st3lb). However…
I try to avoid weighing myself too often, but sometimes I get tempted to check and see if there is any progress, and find that my weight has fluctuated throughout the week.
For example, I went from:
11st11 to 11st8
back up to 11st10 to 11st11 to 11st6
This occurred all within the space of three weeks. The overall trend is that the weight is gradually going down but I wondered if anyone else has this issue?
18 Apr 21
Guys I’m thinking about to losing some pounds. I need your help. What do you guys think about KETO. Here’s a free ebook that I’ve just checked out https://sites.google.com/view/5-ways-to-lose-weight-fast-now/home but I’m not sure. Some of the recipes are cool, but what do you guys think? Comment below and let me know.
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