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Daily Weight Fluctuation is Normal:

Daily Weight Fluctuation is Normal:

The average adult’s weight fluctuates up to 5 or 6 pounds per day. It all comes down to what and when you eat, drink, exercise, and even sleep.

Your weight is determined by the number of calories you consume compared to the number of calories you burn. Eating a healthy, balanced diet on par with the number of calories your body uses daily may reduce your chances of significant weight fluctuation over time. But it can be a challenge to eat and drink in moderation every day. If your diet has been slipping, you may notice more weight fluctuation.

Food high in salt and carbohydrates may cause your body to retain water. Your weight may spike until the bloat subsides. You may be able to minimize water retention by cutting back on sugary drinks and processed foods. Adding potassium- and magnesium-rich foods to your diet may also help balance out your sodium levels.

Extra weight gain is most often just bloating and water weight, but if you have put on a few extra pounds that’s ok too! don’t beat yourself up about it