What time of day should you weigh youself?

my weight in the morn is different then the evening.so when do I weigh myself to know my actual weight
Asked Feb 21, 2010
Edited Feb 21, 2010
weigh them both and then add them to see what yuo get
Answered Feb 21, 2010
That's just stupid. If I weighed myself once, and got 120, and then again and got 123, and added them together, I'd be telling people I weigh 243 pounds. Seems a bit off, no?
It's an excellent observation you made. Here's the deal, throughout the day, your weigh changes a lot. Your body is burning fat, you eat, excrete, grow, and you shrink while you sleep (a very small amount, but it does happen). So you're going to weigh different amounts at different times of day. The best thing you can do is weigh yourself at several different times throughout one day, add them all up, and divide by the number of times you weighed yourself. By doing this, you will get your average weight. What most people do is weigh themselves, and let's say the scale says 127, well then that person would just say "I weigh around 125." Because fact is they'll weigh both more and less than 127 at various times of day.
Answered Feb 21, 2010
right after you poop and pee-it takes at least 5 pounds off you
Answered Feb 22, 2010
That is not true at all. Aside from the fact that everyone excretes different amounts on every trip to the restroom, it's incredibly unlikely you'll lose even one pound of waste per trip (though it does happen).

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