Ideal Set-Point Weight
What you can also see on my chart is the flattening off—and this is also known as your body reaching an ideal set-point weight. It's where your body feels comfy. Again, the range for me seems to be five pounds.
It's such a relief to know that I don't have to worry any more about gaining ALL the weight back. It's been over a YEAR and all I've encountered is the five-pound fluctuation!
When you first start ANY diet, it's all fine and dandy UNTIL you reach your goal weight. And then the fear-factor creeps in. What if I gain it all back? And that's always been a genuine fear AND REALITY of mine on previous diets.
With a Keto diet, I don't have to worry about that nasty weight returning.
Keep Track of Your Weight Loss Progress
Keep Track of Your
Weight Loss Progress
I use Cronometer (and weighing scales LOL) to keep track of my weight loss. Read more about Cronometer farther on.
My weigh-day is a Wednesday. A Wednesday weigh-in gives me Monday and Tuesday to hunker down if I've been a tad slack over the
weekend. It's getting a little colder here (as is normal for winter!) and I've been needing more fuel to keep my body warm.