Our expert says:
When you weigh 59 kg your BMI = 20,2 and when you weigh 61 kg your BMI = 20,8, so the fact that your mass has increased by 2 kg, does not basically affect your slimness. Many people gain and lose up to 3 kg per day in the form of water. There are many factors that can cause temporary weight gain (hormonal changes, water retention, increased salt intake, stress that produces more cortisol hormone, certain medications, etc, etc,). The fact that your BMI is below the ideal for your height (for an ideal BMI of22 you would need to weigh 64 kg, gives you plenty of leeway. So don't worry, stick to your diet and your excellent exercise programme and you will lose those 2 kg again.
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