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Scale weight is -by far, the worst way of measuring fat loss. Most of your weight fluctuations are from volume of food eaten, volume of food in digestions, volume of waste eliminated, fluid shifts from sodium, hormones, urination, etc. Your lean body weight can fluctuate 5 pounds in one day on this protocol!
Try this experiment, compare your weight this evening to what you weighted this morning. Then see how much you weigh tomorrow morning. You will notice your weight drops close to 3 pounds while sleeping at night.
This is why I recommend a scale that measures body fat composition, better yet, get your percentage measured weekly with calipers from a qualified and practiced tester.
Instead of measuring daily, measure every few days, to allow enough time for body fat weight to drop significantly. Based on your size (height and weight) and what you burned on your first protocol, you are going to burn less then 3 pounds of fat a week. There's 3500 kcals in 1 pound of fat so unless your body required 3,500 kcals in expenditure on this protocol, you are going to lose less then 1 pound a day.
Most of your fluctuations are from the weight of the majority of your body which is lean body mass.
In conclusion...the scale sucks. Use a piece of clothing to measure if you need the reassurance.