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It's not possible.

It’s not possible.

Scientifically speaking, there is no way I could have gained weight if I didn’t consume 3500 calories more than I should have, right? Especially not if I didn’t eat ANYTHING more than what I should have? That’s impossible, isn’t it?

SO WHY DOES IT KEEP HAPPENING TO ME?

Help

Help

I am an 18 year old 5’7 male and weigh 220 pounds. For the past 2 week I have been working out 6 times a week either playing sports or lifting weights for about an hour. I’ve read that BMR is overestimated for heavy people so I don’t know exactly how many calories I should eat to lose weight at a healthy rate.

Advice?

Advice?

Hello-
I am 5’8, 21 y/o, and 185 pounds. I was pregnant for a few months and by the time I m/c in March of this year, I was up to 203 pounds. I was sedentary during my pregnancy because there were complications, and needless to say I was depressed, so I ate all the time.

how is this possible?

how is this possible?

ok i want to lose a little bit of weight but everyone says I don’t need to I look just fine but I went from a size 11 to a size 3 now i’m back to a size 9 i’m scared i’m overweight i don’t want to be fat i have a roll when I sit down I know they are just trying to be nice they don’t want to tell me i’m fat but i know i am i want to be a size 7 at least but i don’t know where to turn one site say

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