My weight fluctuates by pound per day. Is it normal? ?
- 2 months ago
quite normal, since you eat, poop, get dehydrated, etc.
- MarkLv 72 months ago
Yes, quite normal. Your body temperature changes, too, as does your blood pressure. That is why you have to take measurements of these things and average them out.
- Emily RoseLv 62 months ago
Yeah it's normal. Everyone fluctuates and for some people it's more and for some people it's less. Depending on your digestion, your diet, and if there's water weight.
- zipperLv 63 months ago
Weigh yourself then take a healthy ****, then weight your self again: you will see a weight change. So a lost or gain of a pound depends on when you last **** and how much you may of eaten or drank. Pretty normal!
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- Stacie SmithLv 43 months ago
Yes it’s normal.
- PatriciaLv 73 months ago
Yes it's normal for our weight to fluctuate a bit. It's all about fluids in the body most of the time.
- ChrisLv 73 months ago
The body can and does flux up to 1 - 5 Lbs a day so ya that's normal
- SlickterpLv 73 months ago
1-3 lbs is normal, yes.
- A.J.Lv 73 months ago
Yes. Weight fluctuates in a day by up to about five pounds typically.
We eat food and drink water and beverages.
We perspire, urinate, and poo.
1 liter of water is a kilogram.
A pint is a little over a pound.
If you drink a 1/2 liter bottle of water, you gain over a pound temporarily.
A quarter pound burger and fries weighs about a pound.
So, average Americans eat 3 to 5 pounds of food a day, and may be too little water at 3 x 1/2 liter that should be 4. Take in 6 to 9 pounds. Burn 2000 Calories in glycogen and fat, perspire, eliminate waste.
Of course weight will fluctuate.
- TarkarriLv 73 months ago
Perfectly normal. Some commonly fluctuate twice that much.
One reason it is recommended you only weigh yourself once a week.